WHO recommends use of first malaria vaccine for children

On tonight's show we hear from WHO's Global Malaria Programme, which has just recommended a mass malaria vaccine rollout for children in Africa. It's a major advance against a disease that kills hundreds of thousands people annually. We also head to South Africa, where utility company Eskom has been named the world's biggest sulfur dioxide emitter. Finally, our reporters in Kinshasa bring us the latest on the police's fight against "bombé" drug dealers.

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