Nambia Africa: Two German Women found dead, unknown cause of death

Posted on January 14, 2016 • Filed under: Africa, Tourist Dies reported Windhoek Nambia – Two German women who went missing last week after going for a hike in Namibia were found dead on Monday, police said. The bodies of the women, aged 28 and 47, were discovered at the Fish River Canyon, Africa’s largest canyon, in the south of the country. Namibian police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga told AFP that he had been told by his officials that the two may have planned to commit suicide in Namibia. Read Article

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