The World Health Organisation has unveiled a malaria vaccine it says could save hundreds of thousands of lives a year.
Around 500,000 people a year die from malaria, mainly children, and scientists have spent decades trying to stop the spread of the parasite.
The WHO's Dr Pedro Alonso described the development as a "historic" public health event.
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