Police have launched a murder investigation after a teenager shot in south east London died.
The 18-year-old man, whose name has not yet been released, was shot on Sunday afternoon in Southwark. He was taken to an east London hospital but died from his injuries this afternoon.
A 36-year-old man and a 21-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are being questioned at a south London police station.
A woman in her 70s is being treated in hospital after she was involved in an accident with a bus.
The accident happened at 2.15pm today on Manor Park Road in Brent. Police are asking anyone who saw it to call them on 020 8991 9555.
Dr Matt Taylor, one of the Rosetta project team, has apologised for his choice of shirt, after he was attacked on social media. The space scientist from north London was originally hailed as 'cool' for his unconventional style, and plentiful tattoos. But a closer look at his shirt revealed it was covered in scantily-clad women, leading to accusations that it was sexist.
Matt Taylor, the ESA scientist with the tattoos, apologises for shirt he wore on weds. Says he made a big mistake and offended many people.
Cycle hire docking stations are to be installed in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A total of 320 docking points will be available in the park, across eight docking points.
Work to expand the scheme will start next year and is due to finish in 2016.
Police in north London say they are concerned about two sisters who haven't been seen since they set off for school this morning.
Paulina Roquett, aged 11 and her sister Yenniser, 13, left the address in north London where they are staying at 8.30am and haven't been seen since.
Officers believe the girls may be in the company of an older female family member.
The Queen led the nation in honouring the fallen at the Cenotaph in London today as Remembrance services took place across the country.
ITV News' Sharon Thomas reports.
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London will remember those who died at war today, marked by the Annual Service of Remembrance. The Mayor of London, alongside other members of government, will lay a wreath at the City Hall War Memorial. The Service will commemorate the Centenary of the start of the First World War.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson said "In this, the centenary year of the First World War, it is more important than ever that we honour, we remember and we commemorate all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the preservation of freedom and democracy in our great country."
Chairman of the London Assembly Roger Evans AM said "While this year's Remembrance commemorations rightly focus on the centenary of the start of the First World War and the appalling carnage that followed, it is our duty to remember not only those who fell in conflicts past but also those who continue to serve and sacrifice today."
The Service will start at 10.30am with 2 minutes silence at 11am.
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