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Three men have been jailed over the killing of 22 year-old drill music manager Bright Akinleye – who died in the lobby of a Euston hotel after being stabbed in February 2019.

A man “armed with a knife” has been arrested after “making threats to kill” in Finchley Road.

A third man has been jailed for his part in the murder of Sadiq Aadam Mohammed during the brutal night of violence that scarred Camden in February 2018.

Two 16-year-olds have been charged and a third teenager arrested following the stabbing of a 13-year-old boy in Kilburn.

The life of a 13-year-old boy stabbed in Kilburn may have been saved by a group of quick-thinking teenagers.

A man has been cleared of the manslaughter of his friend who died in a Hornsey flat after suffering a tiny cut from the tip of a blade.

A group of men – including four from Hornsey – have been jailed for their part in a “chaotic, fast moving and dangerous” brawl after a grime concert which left one man dead.

Seven men face time behind bars after being sentenced for their part in a shocking street brawl in Maida Vale last year. The organised violence took place on January 2 2019 and saw 20 armed people turning on each other at the junction of Harrow Road and Great Western Road, W9.

A third man has been convicted of the murder of Sadiq Aadam Mohammed in Kentish Town during the February 2018 “orgy of violence” that also saw Abdikarim Hassan killed.

A teenage boy was found with stab injuries in Childs Hill on Sunday.

Haringey’s top police officer joined council bigwigs and a team of budding actors and film-makers at the premiere of a hard-hitting short film about knife crime created by sixth-formers at one of the borough’s schools.

A man who denies the murder of Abdikarim Hassan, 18, in February 2018 claims he “disassociated himself” from the group who stabbed the teenager in the seconds before the incident.

A north London teenager has gone on trial charged with murder over a stabbing which took place after a grime gig in Kent last August.

The prayer leader who was stabbed during afternoon prayers on Thursday returned to the London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park just a day later after leaving hospital.

A man has been stabbed in a mosque in Regent’s Park.

Police heard four bangs in Whittington Park before a man shouted: “I’ve been shot”, a court has heard.

A teenager is on trial for the murder of Kentish Town man Sadiq Mohammed in Chalk Farm two years ago after being extradited from France.

A former chief superintendant who now works with Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust says gangs and knife crime should be looked at through “the prism of vulnerability”.

The father of fatal stab victim Zahir Visiter has urged the youth of Britain to lay down their weapons and “end the hate and savagery on our streets”.

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a “pleasant” man died of a stab wound in a Hornsey flat last night.

Youth workers from the Castlehaven Community Association, the Kentish Town Community Centre, and the Queen’s Crescent Community Association are leading the weekly outreach sessions with local young people. The idea, called Voices Not Violence is to hear what they think, and to produce a short film which can then inform future provision for young people in the borough.

A 21 year-old has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent over Thursday’s stabbing in Muswell Hill.

A 21-year-old man is fighting for his life after being stabbed in Muswell Hill in the early hours of this morning.

A 22-year-old who sparked a police raid on Regent’s Park mosque has been convicted of the manslaughter of Chechen music producer Zahir Visiter at the Old Bailey today.

A Question Time-style event held by a Camden children’s charity saw top cop Raj Kohli speak about the need to reach out to “grieving friendship groups” after young people are killed.

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