On Friday, British Prince Hary has walked through a partially-cleared minefield in Angola to note the life threat posed by landmines, almost 22-years after his late mother, the Princess of Wales, Diana, did the same experiment. 

Prince Hary draped in body armor as he walked through the former artillery base, which is situated near the Dirico Town, said sources. 

The site was signaled with red warning signs display the skull and crossbones. 

In 1997, the Princes of Wales has captured global attention, while walking through a live minefield in the United Kingdom. 

Similar to his late mother, Prince Hary has visited the site with landmine clearance charity, the Halo Trust. 

Prince Harry Walks In Mother Diana’s Footsteps Through Angola Minefield / tnbclive.co.uk

The staff of the Halo Trust has been working at the site neat Dirico Town since August, which was also mined by anti-government forces in 2000, when they retired from the base. 

The charity also hopes to clear of its mines by the end of October. 

During the visit, Prince Hary set off a controlled explosion to diminish an anti-personnel mine.

The weapons aim people on foot, rather than those are in vehicles. 

Prince Harry has said that the Halo Trust was helping the community to “find peace”. 

He was offered a safety briefing and told not to stary off the cleared lanes, and not even to touch anything lying on the ground or to run. 

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