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Photos from: 62 killed in Indian park that hosted royals




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When Britain's Prince William and Katherine made an official visit to India in April, they visited the National Park and Tiger Reserve that was the focus of a brutal "shoot to kill" policy targeting anyone suspected of poaching that led to the killing of 62 people shot by wildlife guards over the past nine years. The prince was contacted prior to his trip asking that he raise concerns with the local authorities. It isn't known if he did in fact raise the issue.



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