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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘speechless’ over Taliban takeover

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle claimed Tuesday they ended up “devastated” and “left speechless” by the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan amid President Biden’s withdrawal of US troops.

“The earth is extremely fragile ideal now. As we all experience the lots of levels of ache because of to the circumstance in Afghanistan, we are left speechless,” the Megxit duo wrote.

Prince Harry served in the British Military and was deployed to Afghanistan two times.
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They also weighed in on the devastating earthquake in Haiti. “As we all view the expanding humanitarian disaster in Haiti, and the danger of it worsening just after previous weekend’s earthquake, we are remaining heartbroken,” the few explained.

“And as we all witness the continuing international wellbeing disaster, exacerbated by new variants and constant misinformation, we are still left scared.”

Prince Harry served in the British Army and was deployed to Afghanistan twice.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex known as on men and women to guidance organizations performing “critical” humanitarian and charitable get the job done on the crises and for worldwide leaders to “rapidly advance the humanitarian dialogues” at the U.N. Common Assembly and the G20 Leaders’ Summit.

“As an global community, it is the selections we make now — to alleviate suffering among people we know and these we may never ever fulfill — that will show our humanity,” the assertion concluded.

The pair in their submit suggested donating to eight businesses, together with Females for Afghan Women, National Alliance on Mental Wellness and Mercy Corps, a team delivering help in Haiti.

A destroyed home is viewed after the earthquake near Camp-Perrin, Haiti on August 16, 2021. - Rescuers in Haiti used heavy equipment and their bare hands on August 16, 2021 to hunt for survivors under buildings flattened two days ago by a massive earthquake that killed more than 1,400 people, while an approaching storm threatened more suffering. Flash floods and mudslides were possible as the front bore down on the Caribbean nation's southwestern peninsula, which was hard-hit by a 7.2-magnitude quake that toppled thousands of buildings early Saturday.
The two royals also touched on the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
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The statement arrives following on Saturday a potent earthquake strike southwest Haiti, killing more than 1,000 folks and destroying hundreds of households. On Sunday, Taliban forces regained command of Afghanistan’s money pursuing President Biden’s withdrawal of American troops.

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