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All the teenage murder victims this year in London – nearly half in the south

A total of 28 teenage homicides have taken place in London so far this year.

This surpasses the 27 killings seen in 2017 – which had been the highest in recent years.

The previous peak was 29 teen homicides in the capital in 2008.

Here is a list of the 28 victims this year:

January 19

Anas Mezenner, 17, was found with stab wounds in West Green Road, Haringey, north London, shortly after 9pm.

He was taken to hospital but died at 4.25am.

The teenager had reportedly made an anti-knife crime video for a media studies course weeks before he died.

January 25

Romario Opia, 15, was found stabbed in Holland Walk, Islington, north London, at around 5.30pm.

He was pronounced dead at the scene a short while later.

February 11

Hani Solomon, 18, from Wandsworth in south London, was killed during a fight between two groups of men shortly after 6.30pm in Ackmar Road, Fulham, west London.

He was treated by police, paramedics and an air ambulance team but was pronounced dead at the scene less than an hour later.

February 18

Drekwon Patterson, 16, from Wembley, north-west London, was stabbed in Preston Road, Brent, shortly after 11.30pm.

He was taken to hospital but died the following morning.

February 26

Ahmed Beker, 19, was stabbed in Paddington Green, west London, just after 9.10pm.

He was treated by paramedics and an air ambulance team but died at the scene.

March 3

Tai Jordan O’Donnell, 19, from Croydon, south London, was stabbed a number of times in the legs at a house in Alpha Road just after 12.10pm.

He was pronounced dead within minutes of emergency crews arriving at the scene.

March 6

Mazaza Owusu-Mensah, 18, died when he was stabbed in the chest during a fight in Edington Road, Abbey Wood, south-east London, at around 5.30pm.

March 6

Ezra Okobia, 14, was fatally injured by fumes from a fire at his home in Russett Way, Lewisham, south-east London, shortly before 6am.

He was taken to hospital but died four days later.

His five-year-old brother Joseph Okobia and mother Victoria Amaning, 34, also died after inhaling fumes.

Police believe Ms Amaning started the blaze.

March 8

Nikolay Vandev, 19, was stabbed along with a second victim, aged 18, in Penshurst Road, Tottenham, north London, shortly before 2pm.

Mr Vandev was pronounced dead at the scene, while the 18-year-old was taken to hospital and treated for non-life-threatening stab wounds.

March 17

Hussain Chaudhry, 18, was stabbed in Lea Bridge Road, Walthamstow, east London, at around 5.20pm.

Police and an ambulance crew attended but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

April 10

Levi Ernest-Morrison, 17, was stabbed in Sydenham Road, Sydenham, south-east London at around 7.20pm.

April 23

Fares Maatou, 14, was stabbed in Barking Road, Newham, east London, just before 4pm.

Emergency services tried to save him but he was pronounced dead just over half an hour later.

April 26

Abubakkar “Junior” Jah, 18, was found in Coolfin Road, Newham, east London, at around 3.45pm having been shot and stabbed. He died at the scene.

May 7

Daniel Laskos, 16, was stabbed in Church Road, Harold Wood, east London, just after 6.40pm, during a fight.

Ambulance and air ambulance teams tried to save him but he died at the scene.

June 8

Taylor Cox, 19, was shot in Hornsey Rise Gardens, Islington, north London, at around 4.25pm.

June 10

Denardo Samuels-Brooks, 17, was stabbed in Prentis Road, Streatham, south London, at around 4.15pm.

He was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead less than an hour later.

June 11

Jalan Woods-Bell, 15, was stabbed in a fight at around 8.30am during the school run in Blyth Road, Hayes, west London.

June 25

Tashawn Watt, 19, was stabbed in Miall Walk, Sydenham, south-east London, just after 9.30pm.

He was treated by an ambulance crew but died at the scene.

July 1

Camron Smith, 16, was stabbed in Bracken Avenue, Shrublands, Croydon, south London, at around 12.45am. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

July 5

Tamim Ian Habimana, 15, was stabbed in Woolwich, south-east London.

July 5

Keane Flynn-Harling, 16, from Lambeth, south London, was stabbed in Oval Place, south London, at around 11.45pm.

July 9

Damarie Omare Roye, 16, was stabbed in Bensham Manor Road, Thornton Heath, south London.

He was taken to hospital but died two days later.

August 1

Stelios Averkiou, 16, was stabbed at a skate park in Lordship Recreation Ground, Tottenham, north London, at around 2.15pm. He died nine days later.

September 1

Alex Ajanaku, 18, was found in Beaumont Road, Leyton, east London, with shotgun wounds at around 1.30am.

He was treated by police and paramedics but died at the scene.

October 12

Hazrat Wali, 18, was stabbed to death in a playing field in Craneford Way, Twickenham.

October 28

Kamran Khalid, 18, was stabbed to death in Harrow Road, Ilford.

November 18

Jermaine Cools, 14, suffered stab wounds and died after a fight in London Road in Croydon.

A murder investigation was launched after the incident.

November 24

The Met was called to Raleigh Road in Southall at just after 9pm after reports of a stabbing following a fight involving a group of people.

Officers attended and found 16-year-old Rishmeet Singh suffering stab wounds.

He died at the scene a short time later.

PHOTO: (top row, left to right) Anas Mezenner, 17, Hani Solomon, 18, Drekwon Patterson, 16, Tai Jordan O’Donnell, 19, Ahmed Beker , 19, Camron Smith, 16, and Damarie Omare Roye, 16.

(second row, left to right) Mazaza Owusu-Mensah, 18, Hussain Chaudhry, 18, Levi Ernest-Morrison, 17, Fares Maatou, 14, Abubakkar Jah, 18, Tamim Ian Habimana, 15, Hazrat Wali, 18, and Rishmeet Singh, 16.

(third row, left to right) Daniel Laskos, 16, Denardo Samuels-Brooks, 17, Jalan Woods-Bell, 15, Keane Flynn-Harling, 16, Kamran Khalid, 18, and Taylor Cox, 19.

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