Namibia refuses gay couple travel documents for newborns

Two twin daughters of a gay couple have been left stranded in South Africa - after the Namibian Home Affairs Ministry refused to issue travel documents for the newborns. The Ministry demands genetic proof of parenthood. The two were born through a surrogate pregnancy in Durban last month. Phillip Lühl and his Mexican husband, Guillermo Delgado, were forced in 2014 to get married in South Africa, because Namibian laws prohibits same-sex marriage.

GUEST: Phillip Lühl, a parent to the twin daughters, who the Namibian Home Affairs Ministry refused to issue travel documents to