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Teenage boy stabbed to death in North London street as cops hunt knifeman

A TEENAGE boy has been stabbed to death in North London as police hunt a knifeman.

Police were scrambled at 8pm after the teen was fatally knifed on an Islington street on Monday night.

He was found on North Road suffering from stab injuries and treated by paramedics at the scene, but pronounced dead.

Officers are working to establish the victim’s identity and inform his next of kin.

No arrests have been made as police hunt his killer.

A crime scene is in place and an investigation is in progress.

The horrific killing came just hours after a girl was stabbed outside a school by a masked knifeman in South East London today.

The 15-year-old suffered a wound to her leg during the horror knifing in Eltham with cops tasering a teen suspect.

And an 18-year-old was rushed to hospital with slash wounds after being knifed outside a college just seven miles away in Bromley, South East London.

Cops raced to the scene around 1.15pm after he was attacked at the London South East Colleges campus.

Last week, nine people were stabbed during a night of violence in “the capital.

Five men were injured – including one left fighting for life – after a stabbing attack in Bexleyheath, South London.

Just hours before, a teenager was knifed while another male was found nearby at a Tube station in East London with stab wounds after an “altercation” between the 

Police hunting the Islington attacker urged  witnesses or anyone with information to call 101 ref CAD 7154/14 Sept.

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