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The UK will aim to double funding for dementia research by 2025 from the £66m target for 2015, the prime minister says.
Parliament in Uruguay votes in favour of legalising the cultivation, consumption and distribution of marijuana - the first country to do so.
The body of Nelson Mandela is due to be taken in procession to the Union Buildings in Pretoria where it will lie in state for three days.
Thousands of police have moved on a large protest camp near Independence Square in the centre of the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
Insufficient midwife supervision is blamed for failings which led to the deaths of three babies and a mother at a hospital.
Minor disruption and inattention in the classroom have been tolerated in too many of England's schools for too long, Ofsted head warns.
The public spending watchdog says England's flagship free school programme will cost at least three times the sum it was originally allocated.
An agreement is reached on the US budget to avoid another government shutdown, Republican and Democratic lawmakers say.
A 27-year-old woman injured in an attack by two dogs at a house in Leeds dies in hospital.
Source: BBC International