Coronavirus: Scientists in the US race to find a vaccine

US health officials say this is the fastest science has ever moved to develop a vaccine.

    Scientists in the US are racing to find a vaccine for the novel coronavirus.

    Government agencies, universities and several private companies are involved in the effort.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro visited a lab in the US state of Maryland, where researchers say they are making some progress.


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    'Butchered': The Kenyan FGM clinic serving Europeans

    'Butchered': The Kenyan FGM clinic serving Europeans

    Kenya banned FGM in 2011, but Europeans still bring their daughters to underground clinics there to be cut.