Two children, aged six and 16, who went missing in south London have been found. Police say Zeenat Abdala and her niece Lutfiya Salum are safe and well. They went missing earlier this week in South Norwood.
Police are trying to trace a missing six-year-old girl and her teenage aunt who have been living in foster care.
Zeenat Abdala, 16, and her niece Lutfiya Salum were last seen at around noon on Saturday as they left their home in South Norwood, in Croydon, to go to the library.
The youngsters came to the UK from Somalia earlier this year as unaccompanied minors and live in foster care, Scotland Yard said.
It is believed they may be travelling to meet family that recently arrived in the UK.
Police are appealing for people in the Walthamstow area to help find a missing teenager, who disappeared from a children's home almost a month ago.
Karley Arthey, who's 15, left Dane House in Cheshire on the 22nd October. She is 5'7" and has long brown hair that may have been dyed black.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a man who went missing from a hospital A&E department. Abbas Azzi, who's 28 and from Thamesmead, was last seen at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich on November 5th at around half past ten in the evening.
He's originally from Algeria, and has connections with Barking and Tottenham. Police say they have serious concerns about his welfare. Anyone who recognises him is asked to call police on 101 or contact Greenwich Missing Persons Unit.
Police are renewing their appeal for information to help find a missing 15-year-old.
Simran Edwin was last seen outside her home in Southall at 11pm on Friday. She isn't believed to have her phone with her, or any money.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact Ealing police.
The Olivier Award,s which recognise some of the biggest theatre stars, has paid tribute to actor Paul Bhattacharjee, whose body was found yesterday evening.
Paul Bhattacharjee was an important part of the theatre world, the artistic director of the Royal Court said today.
Vicky Featherstone paid tribute to the actor, whose body was found near cliffs in East Sussex:
Tributes have poured in for "gifted" and "deep thinking" 007 star Paul Bhattacharjee, from north-east London, whose body was found near cliffs two days after he disappeared.
Meera Syal, who appeared alongside him in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Much Ado about Nothing, said:
"Paul was an incredibly gifted versatile and generous actor but also complex, deep thinking, engagingly opinionated and politically committed as a personality, truly wonderful to share a stage with.
"I don't think any of us who saw him recently or were working with him had any idea this awful tragedy was going to happen.
"We are all sending our love and prayers to his family and partner."
Actor Amit Shah known from TV series All Stars, Fresh Meat and appearing on Hustle, has hailed Paul Bhattacharjee as the 'Godfather of British Asian actors' after his body was found near cliffs in East Sussex yesterday evening.