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Prince Andrew relinquishes military titles and patronage

As announced by Buckingham Palace, Prince Andrew is relinquishing all military titles and patronage.

LONDON – Britain's Prince Andrew is relinquishing his military titles and patronage after an abuse lawsuit against him was dismissed in the United States. This was announced by Buckingham Palace in London on Thursday evening. The second eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II is charged with sexual abuse in connection with the affair of the convicted US sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. (AFP)

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