A devoted couple who died a week apart from one another after 71 years of marriage have been laid to rest.
The Heart of England Trust is to introduce new procedures following the publication of a "shocking" report into breast cancer surgery.
Police are treating a blast near a mosque in Tipton in West Midlands as a terrorist incident, saying "it was intended to cause serious harm"
Detective Superintendent Shaun Edwards of West Midlands Police said there was "no immediate threat to public safety" following the four Syria-related terrorism arrests.
Three men and a woman from the West Midlands were arrested today on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, police said.
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The others, a man, 36, from Shirley, plus a woman, 44 and son, 20, from Sparkhill, detained on suspicion facilitating terrorism overseas.
Women with breast cancer were seriously harmed and were victims of "weak and indecisive leadership from senior managers" at a hospital trust in the West Midlands, a damning report has concluded.
A review into what happened at Solihull Hospital - part of the Heart of England NHS Trust - found a "tragic story" that is also a story of "secrecy and containment".
Lawyer Sir Ian Kennedy, who led the review, said breast surgeon Ian Paterson, who has been suspended by the General Medical Council, was allowed to carry on operating on women for several years despite a series of concerns raised about him by other medical staff.
Up to 400 women are thought to be suing the trust and a private firm for failing to take action over the claims.
The review found that some of the women were exposed to a risk of cancer coming back after Mr Paterson performed only partial mastectomies.
In January a task force will be set up to address the recommendations in Sir Ian Kennedy's review into unnecessary and incomplete breast cancer operations at the Heart of England Trust. The Trust says it is aiming to implement the recommendations within six months.
It says it has recalled all of Ian Paterson’s mastectomy patients and is continuing to follow-up those requiring additional review. It says this this will be for 15 years - a longer period than normal
12 experts have now been asked to conduct a wider review in to all the surgeon's patients.
The findings of a report in to failures over breast cancer operations at the Heart of England Trust have been described as “shocking” and the Trust says it has offered a full and unreserved apology to both patients and staff.
Ian Paterson, a breast surgeon who was eventually suspended by the GMC, carried out unauthorised surgical procedures without the consent of his patients, over a number of years.
The Trust Chairman, Lord Philip Hunt, said:
“We give a full and unreserved apology to all of the patients and their families, for the way they were both mistreated by Mr. Paterson whilst he was a surgeon at the hospital, and subsequently let down by the Trust’s management team at the time.
We also apologise to staff and other professionals who raised concerns about Mr. Paterson’s practices - but were not listened to by the former leadership team.
We sincerely hope that both patients and staff feel that the commissioning and publication of Sir Ian’s independent Review along with our commitment to openness, and to the full implementation of his Recommendations, provides reassurance of our determination to prevent this reoccurring.”
A review is being published in to how a breast cancer surgeon performed incomplete breast removal operations on women. The operations took place at Solihull and Good Hope Hospitals.
Ian Paterson was a consultant at Solihull hospital and practised privately throughout the West Midlands. He was suspended by the General Medical Council in 2011.
Adam Dugmore has been found safe and well in Aston, West Midlands Police has said.
The 16-year-old failed to attend school today and is said to have been struggling to come to terms with the death of his nine-year-old brother in February.
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Missing Birmingham 16-year-old Adam Dugmore is described as white, 5ft 8in tall and slim. He has short blonde hair, brown eyes and was wearing a North Birmingham Academy school uniform; black trousers and black jumper - under a grey zip-up hoodie.
He was also wearing grey coloured Ralph Lauren pumps and was carrying a yellow JD sports drawstring bag.
Adam Dugmore, 16, was reported missing after failing to arrive at his school in Birmingham this morning.
Officers from West Midlands Police say the teenager is struggling to come to terms with the death of his nine-year-old brother Aaron who took his own life in February, this year.
Aaron, whose family claim he was being bullied, died in hospital on February 12 after being found hanged at his home.
An inquest has yet to be held into the death.
West Midlands Police has previously said it is working closely with specialists from the health services, children's services and Birmingham's Safeguarding Children Board to fully investigate the circumstances of the schoolboy's death.
His mother, Kelly-Marie Dugmore, told ITV's Daybreak in February that Aaron was a "lovely, jolly and happy" boy who loved his family.
But Ms Dugmore and Aaron's stepfather, Paul Jones, said there had been a "drastic" change in the youngster in the run-up to his death.
Adam or anyone who knows where he is urged to call West Midlands Police immediately on 101. People who do not want to speak with police officers directly can contact the independent charity Missing People on 116 000.