Prince Harry opens Invictus Games, crowd cheers for Ukraine veterans

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Britain’s Prince Harry opened the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf on Saturday evening, speaking to a cheering crowd of some 20,000 spectators in Dusseldorf’s Merkur Spiel-Arena. The son of King Charles III founded the games, which are a sports festival for soldiers “injured in body and soul” in battle. The games are being held in Germany for the first time. “Remember that feeling of pride and honour when you first wore your nation’s flag on your uniform,” Harry told the crowd. No matter the reason one chose to put on that uniform, he said, “It was always about being of service to others and to yo…

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