At least 40 of Africa's 54 countries are now affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Namibian Dolphin Project, a conservation charity which conducts research on whales and dolphins described the stranding of the dusky dolphins as "unusual".
The ruling means President Hage Geingob, who won in November with 56 percent of the vote, will continue into his second term.
Low growth, rising population, drought and floods have contributed to worsening food insecurity in the region.
President Hage Geingob, Namibia's third leader since the sparsely populated and mostly arid country freed itself from the shackles of apartheid South Africa in 1990, was seeking a second and final term in the November 27 election.
While Zimbabweans would want CITES to lift ban on ivory trade, they however cannot trust the thoroughly corrupt ruling elite to manage the possible windfall for the benefit of ordinary citizens and the wildlife.
More than 100,000 rescuers, including 31,000 troops, were working into the night to reach people trapped after torrential rain caused landslides and filled rivers until they burst their banks.
The outbreak that claimed the lives of 180 people is the worst outbreak ever recorded globally. Several countries have banned imports of processed meat from South Africa.
Top picks of the year also include Solar Evaporation Ponds of Utah, Namibia's Namib Desert, Kazakhstan's Lake Alakol and Aurora Borealis over Canada.
International experts are looking at North Korea's art galleries as possible source of regime funding, and examining restricting access to buyers abroad.
April 25th is World Penguin Day and this year the focus is on the African penguin. Nearly every breeding colony from Namibia to South Africa is declining due to climate change and overfishing in their natural habitats.
The two countries have been in talks about a joint declaration on the massacres, although Germany has repeatedly refused to acknowledge the mass killings or pay reparations.
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