Charges against Kristofina Amutenya who is accused of killing her two children in Ethiopia have been provisional dropped pending the outcome of an urgent application challenging the government’s decision to detain and prosecute her in Namibia. The Namibia press agency reports that although Amutenya was arrested by the Ethiopian authorities following the alleged incident, she could not be charged by that government due to diplomatic immunity given to her as a wife of a Namibian diplomat. As such, she was this week released into the hands of the Namibian government through the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation and was repatriated back to Namibia, where she was placed in police custody.