More specialist doctors may be needed if Britain is to catch up with France in the treatment of dementia, a top neurologist told ITV News.
A 102-year-old French cyclist has broken his own world record in the over-100s category riding 16.7 miles in one hour.
Francois Hollande shot down David Cameron's hopes of talking about EU treaty change negotiations today.
French President Francois Hollande said he is ready "to apply all the necessary pressure" in order make Russia understand that negotiation is the only option regarding Ukraine.
He made the comments during the annual dinner of the Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions in Paris.
Hollande said Russia has "taken the risk of a dangerous escalation" by deploying soldiers in Ukraine's Crimean peninsula.
"In these circumstances, France's role with Europe is to apply all necessary pressure including the possible use of sanctions to propose, to impose, a path to dialogue and to find a political solution to this crisis," he added.
Violence erupted after 20,000 people demonstrated against an airport project near the city of French city of Nantes, leaving six riot police officers injured.
Environmental activists have been protesting for more than a year against the government's plan to build a new airport for the west of the country. Some activists have occupied the area by living rough in makeshift wooden cabins.
Riot police used tear gas to disperse protesters who lobbed projectiles and threw paint onto Nantes' city hall, set fire to construction vehicles and vandalised the offices of Vinci, the project's contractor.
The 580-million-euro airport is planned to be finished in 2017.
French prosecutor Eric Maillaud said he was released from police custody after investigators found "no direct link" between him and the events in 2012.
Mr Maillaud said:
"The searches and interviews of the last three days have not enabled us to establish a direct link between the events of 5 September 2012 and this man, a war weapons enthusiast, who looked very like the e-fit released and who was near to the place where the incident took place when it happened.
"However, the man will be taken into custody, overseen by the public prosecutor's office in Annecy, in connection with illicit trading in wartime weapons and ammunition found during searches by investigators, this illicit activity being carried out as part of an organised gang."
A second man arrested earlier this week in connection with alleged arms trading remains in custody.
A 48-year-old man arrested in connection with the murder of Saad al-Hilli and his family in the French Alps in 2012 has been released without charge according to the Guardian.
Read more: Alps murders investigation gains momentum
France's foreign minister has voiced caution on Friday about President Viktor Yanukovich's announcement of a deal to end the Ukrainian political crisis, saying opposition leaders needed time to consult.
"The opposition wants to consult with some of its members, which is entirely understandable," Laurent Fabius said in a live interview on Europe 1 radio.
"In this sort of situation, as long as things haven't really been wrapped up, it's important to remain very cautious."
Fabius left Kiev during the night for Beijing but said he had been in touch with his colleagues, Frank-Walter Steinmeier of Germany and Radoslaw Sikorski, who stayed on to try to conclude the negotiations on Friday.
When the police issued the above photo-fit image last year, they received around 100 phone calls from the public.
A number of those phone calls led them to the 48-year-old man they now have in custody - someone who has spent 20 years as a police officer, acting more as a traffic officer than a criminal officer.
He left the police force in 2013 and has since gone on to work in the security industry in Switzerland.
A large number of guns and grenades have been seized from properties linked to the man since his arrest.
In a press conference today, French police investigating the Alps murders expressed their anger that the above image of a 48-year-old man currently in custody had been leaked to the media.
He was a hunter who lived close to the scene of the crime and was known to have an interest in collecting WWII guns, the prosecutor said.
He was not abroad at the time of the killings and it would have been logistically possible, given his movements, to have been in the area when the murders were committed.
A Luger weapon found at his house was not the same as the one used to kill the al-Hilli family, the prosecutor said.
A second man is in custody in connection with the Alps murders, a French prosecutor said today.
"We discovered a great number of munitions, explosives and detonators at his house," he added, saying the man may be involved in arms trafficking and was likely the business partner of a 48-year-old man arrested earlier.
He could not confirm a direct link between the arrest and the al-Hilli deaths.
The prosecutor in the Alps murder investigation has told a news conference that the case is not yet resolved.