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More pressure on Prince Andrew after alleged victim on TV

Seattle Times Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
LONDON (AP) — Prince Andrew will be missing when his mother Queen Elizabeth II hosts NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace Tuesday evening, but he is the focus of renewed scrutiny as allegations of wrongdoing receive wide attention on TV. Andrew, who has stepped down from royal duties because of his involvement with sex offender Jeffrey […]
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