Police searching for Alice Gross have confirmed that a body found in the River Brent on Tuesday night belongs to the teenager.
A police operation is in place for the Arsenal v Galatasary Champions League match tonight.
Officer said flares were lit and thrown onto the pitch during the match and seven arrests have been made. Two men were arrested before the game for attempting to enter the ground with flares, with five others were arrested for criminal damage, being wanted on warrant, public order offences and throwing a flare onto the pitch.
Flares were also thrown near to the Tollington pub in Hornsey Road, N7 before the game, but no arrests were made.
The Metropolitan Police have just confirmed that a body recovered from the River Brent near Hanwell is that of missing teenager Alice Gross.
A post mortem has begun today and will continue tomorrow.
Alice's family said they have been left 'devasted' by the news:
A gay couple trying to find a place to live in London say they were turned away from one property because they were not a 'regular couple'.
George Poole, an account manager from Kent, was looking to move to the capital with his boyfriend. But after enquiring about a house share, he received this surprising response.
George Poole is also a friend of 2012 Olympic Champion Greg Rutherford.
A mother enjoying an afternoon out at pub in north London almost lost her leg after being bitten by a spider.
The Evening Standard says Shireen Larsen's leg went numb after she was bitten at the Crown and Horseshoe pub in Enfield. She can now barely walk after her leg turned black and yellow. The bite may have come from a false widow spider.
You see a lot strange things in London. Who could forget the lorry carrying an octopus breaking down at Oxford Circus. Or the giant duck on the Thames. Well add to that a giant pint of beer walking down a street in east London. Tower Gateway to be precise. Tweet us if you know why it's there.
A man who filmed himself raping his wife has been jailed for 13 years.
The 26-year-old from Tower Hamlets in east London was so confident he would never get caught, he recorded the rape on his wife's mobile phone, and gave it back to her.
The victim was attacked repeatedly and sometimes her hands were bound with cable ties. But she refused to stay silent.
The victim, who remains anonymous, said: