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Scientists unravel mystery of King Tut's death

Three thousand years after his death, scientists believe they have worked out what killed Egypt's best-known Pharaoh.

After conducting extensive DNA analysis on King Tutankhamen's remains, researchers believe they've uncovered details of his lineage, and found that he died of one of the world's most prevalent modern-day diseases: malaria.

Divya Gopalan reports.

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