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The victim was flown to hospital by air ambulance but died that night.

Three male suspects aged 17, 18 and 21 have been arrested on suspicion of murder, while two others aged 17 and 19 have been charged with suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.

The pictures were taken by activists from Sea Shepherd Global, who posed as tourists to conceal their identity.

The Faroe Islands’ government said the annual event was sustainable and provided local communities with hundreds of kilograms of food and resources.

The London murders came amid a spate of violence across the UK as millions celebrated the start of 2018.

A mother was allegedly murdered by her husband shortly before midnight and five people were stabbed at a -themed party in Sheffield.

but we need others across London working with us to help tackle those underlying issues around a knife culture that has emerged across London.” He added: “I’m not here today to ask for or bid for more resources, we’d always like more resources in terms of those things we tackle.

“But it’s clear there are things we can do at the moment collectively that will help around knife crime.” Sir Craig, who was awarded a knighthood in the New Year Honours, said police were searching for weapons in communities and public places, going into schools and seized hundreds of knives in November and December.

“Officers believe that both men had attended a house party at the address and a disturbance broke out which then led to both of them receiving stab injuries,” Scotland Yard said.

Six people have been arrested following murders that took four young lives as the UK celebrated New Year’s Eve.

Police condemned the “senseless” killings of a 17-year-old boy, an 18-year-old man and two others aged 20, which pushed the number of people stabbed to death in London to 80 in 2017.

Sir Craig Mackey, the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said it was “truly unusual and extraordinary” for so many murders to take place in such a short period of time.

“The reasons behind it are quite complex,” he added.

“Officers believe that both men had attended a house party at the address and a disturbance broke out which then led to both of them receiving stab injuries,” Scotland Yard said.Six people have been arrested following murders that took four young lives as the UK celebrated New Year’s Eve.Police condemned the “senseless” killings of a 17-year-old boy, an 18-year-old man and two others aged 20, which pushed the number of people stabbed to death in London to 80 in 2017.Sir Craig Mackey, the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said it was “truly unusual and extraordinary” for so many murders to take place in such a short period of time.“The reasons behind it are quite complex,” he added.It was the last murder in a spate of bloodshed that started at 11.30am on Sunday with the murder of an 18-year-old man.