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Three British men have recently completed a journey during which they aimed to climb Japan’s 100 most famous mountains to raise money and awareness for anti-land mine campaigns in Afghanistan and other war-torn countries.

The 10-month effort ended on Dec. 4 when Tom Fearnehough, 26, scaled Mount Rausu in western Hokkaido — his 98th peak in the journey.

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