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Prince William honors WWI dead in New Zealand on Anzac Day

Tens of thousands of people gathered in Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey to commemorate WWI soldiers killed at Gallipoli. UK Prince William marked the event in Auckland before heading to Christchurch.

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