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September 22, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
An Egyptian and a Tanzanian escorted into a courtroom under heavy guard were charged with murder in connection with the Aug. 7 U.S. Embassy bombing in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es Salaam. If convicted, they will be hanged. Egyptian Mustafa Mahmoud Said Ahmed and Tanzanian Rashid Saleh Hemed were each charged with 11 counts of murder. No bail was allowed. A trial date will be set Oct. 5.
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December 9, 2008 | Mary Engel, Engel is a Times staff writer.
A vaccine against the parasitic disease malaria cut illnesses by more than half in field trials and could be safely given with other childhood inoculations, two studies have reported. The vaccine, which will begin a third and final phase of clinical trials early next year, could become the first to protect children from malaria, which kills nearly 1 million people worldwide every year.
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December 9, 2008 | Mary Engel, Engel is a Times staff writer.
A vaccine against the parasitic disease malaria cut illnesses by more than half in field trials and could be safely given with other childhood inoculations, two studies have reported. The vaccine, which will begin a third and final phase of clinical trials early next year, could become the first to protect children from malaria, which kills nearly 1 million people worldwide every year.
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September 22, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
An Egyptian and a Tanzanian escorted into a courtroom under heavy guard were charged with murder in connection with the Aug. 7 U.S. Embassy bombing in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es Salaam. If convicted, they will be hanged. Egyptian Mustafa Mahmoud Said Ahmed and Tanzanian Rashid Saleh Hemed were each charged with 11 counts of murder. No bail was allowed. A trial date will be set Oct. 5.
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