William Hears Refugees’ Stories of Fleeing Afghanistan

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‘William Hears Refugees’ Stories of Fleeing Afghanistan’

Prince William drops by a hotel in the Leeds area housing Afghan refugees to listen to the stories of how they fled Afghanistan and how they are adapting to their new lives in the UK. He also spends time with families in a makeshift creche, speaking with parents as their young children play.

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