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St. Helena's isolation ends as air link opens.

The new flight route, via Windhoek in Namibia, makes the small British island in the South Atlantic reachable by air from South Africa in just six hours. The airport has been a colossal civil engineering challenge.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

First Commercial Flight Arrives at One of World's Most-Remote Islands.

British-controlled St. Helena, 1,200 miles west of the Angola-Namibia border, sees tourism development as its economic lifeline. It is now getting a weekly commercial flight to test out the prospects. -Dennis Schaal

- Skift - US

Did Anthrax Kill More Than 100 Hippos in Namibia?.

At least 100 hippos have died in a national park in Namibia from what scientists suspect is an outbreak of anthrax.

- Livescience.com - US

Namibia's reparations and Germany's first genocide.

The Nama and Herero people are suing Germany over its "forgotten genocide".

- BBC - UK

Namibia's reparations and Germany's first genocide.

The Nama and Herero people are suing Germany over its 'forgotten genocide'.

- BBC - UK

10 hippos were found dead. A week later, there were 99 more.

More than 100 hippos in Namibia, including some seen floating on their backs in shallow waterways this week, may have died from an anthrax outbreak that could now affect other species.

- FOX News - US

More than 100 hippos killed in possible anthrax outbreak in Namibia.

Authorities at the Bwabwata National Park suspect the death toll will go up as it is possible that some of the carcasses were eaten by crocodiles.

- IBTimes.co.uk - UK

Anthrax killed more than 100 hippos in Namibia, officials say.

Namibian officials believe an anthrax outbreak may have caused the deaths of more than 100 hippos in one of the country's national parks.

- UPI - US

Namibia: More than 100 hippos die in suspected anthrax outbreak.

Pictures from Namibia's remote Bwabwata National Park show rivers filled with dozens of dead hippos.

- BBC - UK

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