On solo Zambia trip, Prince Harry offers help to boost elephant numbers

Britain's Prince Harry meets with Zambian President Edgar Lungu in Lusaka, Zambia, November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham

LUSAKA (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Harry on Monday offered Zambia support with boosting the country’s dwindling elephant population, as he began a two-day working visit without his pregnant wife Meghan. The Duke of Sussex, 34, was received at Lusaka airport by dignitaries and colorfully-dressed traditional dancers, later holding a closed-door meeting with Zambian President Edgar […]

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