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Prince Harry launches Invictus Games for injured service personnel

In the past he's been a prince known for his partying, but now Harry's making different headlines. The 29-year-old British royal was at London's Copper Box arena to launch the Invictus Games - a Paralympics type competition for injured service men and women. It comes after his involvement in the Warrior Games in the U.S. last year, something he said was a sort of source of inspiration. SOUNDBITE; Prince Harry, saying (English): "It was such a great concept by the Americans that it had to be stolen, it's quite as simple as that really. But I wanted to bring this inspirational event to a broader and more international audience, to increase the opportunity to others, for others to participate, and to inspire many more who have suffered life-changing injuries, either by taking part in the games, or simply by watching it at home." He was there with the UK Defence Minister and Mayor of London Boris Johnson. But it's the service personnel injured in the lin

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