Brangelina a boost to Namibian tourism

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From People.com:  The residence of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in the country of Namibia, as they await the birth of their third child, has had an unexpected benefit to the Namibian economy -- people now see the country as a tourist spot.

 "If Angelina Jolie gives birth in Namibia, she would have done for our tourism sector what our tourism board budget cannot do in a year," Namibian Ambassador to the United States Hopelong Iipinge said in a statement Thursday.

According to the ambassador, the Namibian embassy in Washington has been "inundated with calls from the media and individuals inquiring about Namibia."  "It would be an honor for Namibia to become the birthplace of the Pitts' first biological child," he said.
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