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A fifteen year-old has been charged with murder after another teenager was stabbed in Willesden on Monday.
Quamari Serunkami-Barnes, who was also fifteen, was killed outside Capital City Academy.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have information to come forward.
At this stage they do not believe that the death was gang-related.
It's travelled hundreds of miles through outer space, but from today the spacecraft used by Tim Peake will be on display here at London's Science Museum.
The astronaut, who made history by becoming the first from the UK to do a spacewalk, hopes the exhibit will inspire the next generation.
Around 600 London police officers are being issued with body worn video cameras this week, as the Met's project to roll out their use reaches phase two.
Trials suggest that body cameras can provide transparency for police and justice for victims.
41 flats in Hornchurch were evacuated following an explosion yesterday.
10 fire engines and 72 firefighters, as well as police and ambulance crews, attended the incident at the Bridge Point building.
Four people have been treated for minor injuries.
The cause of the blast has not been confirmed.
One woman has died and another has suffered life-changing injuries following a hit-and-run incident in Hounslow yesterday morning.
The driver of a black Range Rover was arrested shortly afterwards.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward with any information.
Victims' rights campaigner Jill Saward will be remembered in a funeral service today.
Jill was the first rape victim to waive her anonymity after being attacked at her father's vicarage in Ealing in 1986.
The service will be held at Lichfield Cathedral.