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Namibia: Police save newborn dumped in pit latrine

Police say they saved a newborn from a pit latrine in a Namibian village, days after a local charity said 40 fetuses and infants are left to die each month. Full story

Namibia: 40 babies, fetuses dumped monthly in city

The Namibia Press Agency reports that some 40 babies and fetuses are dumped and flushed down toilets every month in Windhoek, Namibia's capital of just 350,000 people. Full story

Namibia: No more oil, gas exploration licenses

Namibia's government says it will stop issuing licenses for companies to explore for oil and gas toward the end of this year. Full story

Chariot Oil shares plunge as well comes up dry

LONDON (Reuters) - Oil explorer Chariot Oil & Gas Ltd <CHARC.L> lost more than half its stock market value on Monday after the company said a keenly awaited well located in the Nimrod prospect offshore Namibia had come up dry. Full story

Mysterious African 'fairy circles' stump scientists

In the sandy desert grasslands of Namibia in southern Africa, mysterious bare spots known as "fairy circles" will form and then disappear years later for no reason anyone can determine. A new look at these strange patterns doesn't solve the wistful mystery but at least reveals that the largest of th Full story

Weird 'dog-headed pig monster' terrorizes Africa

Residents in northern Namibia, on the southwest coast of Africa, have reported being terrorized by a bizarre dog-pig hybrid creature. The animal is said to be mostly white and unlike anything the villagers have ever seen, with a doglike head and the broad, round, nearly hairless back and shoulders o Full story

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