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SWAKOPMUND - The American Museum of Natural History last week turned down a request week by the Namibian Genocide Association led by Laidlaw Peringanda to inspect and verify the origin of some human remains kept in the museum. The New York-based museum has at least eight remains of people of southern African descent. SWAKOPMUND - Armed robbers looted valuable items and cash amounting to N$668 000 in a spate of robberies targeting senior citizens, tourists and foreigners at Omaruru last weekend. SWAKOPMUND - Lizelle van Wyk, a single mother of three from Walvis Bay, says that addiction to the cough syrup codeine is real as her 16-year-old son is currently battling to rid himself of the habit. WALVIS BAY - Tourists visiting Walvis Bay on a day trip Wednesday were in awe of the town’s beauty and tourism activities. German national Winfried Lamm, arriving aboard one of the four passenger ships that docked at Walvis, said Namibia takes his breath away every time he visits the country. WALVIS BAY - The death of a seven-year-old girl in Walvis Bay has sparked a public debate on the increasing cases of child neglect and whether Namibians are aware of this social scourge. WALVIS BAY - Two suspects appeared before the Omaruru Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, following a robbery last Tuesday at Erongo Wilderness Lodge, outside Omaruru. SWAKOPMUND - Fishing right applicants will have to wait for at least three more months before the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources announce the list of successful candidates. WALVIS BAY - A group of tourists who recently visited Walvis Bay on a day-trip were in awe of the coastal town’s beauty during the tourism activities they undertook last week before their departure. SWAKOPMUND - Ro¨ssing Uranium Limited has recorded a 17 percent increase in its 2018 uranium production compared to 2017, as a result of higher milling grades. WALVIS BAY - The Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernhard Esau says he remains hopeful the pilchard’s fishery will recover once the moratorium is over, possibly by next year. WALVIS BAY – Minister of Education, Arts and Culture Katrina Hanse-Himarwa says Namibians who see children being taught under trees and in open spaces should rather divert their energy towards assisting such children, instead of taking pictures to mock them on social media. WALVIS BAY- The death of chief Seth Madawa Kooitjie (65) has been described by Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Katrina Hanse-Himarwa as unexpected and a great loss not only for his people but also for the country on Friday.