Prince Harry visits the U.S.

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Britain's Prince Harry wound up his week-long visit to the U.S. with a polo match in Connecticut on May 15. During his trip, the prince paid his respects to the fallen war heroes in Arlington Cemetery on May 10, and launched the Warrior Games for wounded service members in Colorado Springs, Colorado on May 11. He also toured toured Sandy-hit areas of New Jersey and met up with British Prime Minister David Cameron in New York City.

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