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Last Updated: Friday, 23 September 2005, 19:40 GMT 20:40 UK
Week In Pictures: London
Kashif Mahmood
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Sixteen-year-old Kashif Mahmood dies after being stabbed in a fight involving 12 youths in an east London subway.
Barge hits Battersea Bridge
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Battersea Bridge faces closure to traffic for weeks after a 200-tonne barge gets wedged under its arches.
New entrance to the National Gallery
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The National Gallery unveils a refurbished entrance in Trafalgar Square after a year's building work.
1948 Olympic gold medallist Bertie Bushell and 2000 rowing gold medallist Mathew Pinsent
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Olympic gold medallists Bertie Bushell and Matthew Pinsent launch a lottery project to raise funds for the 2012 Games.
The Black Orlov diamond
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A "cursed" black diamond, which has seen three owners commit suicide, goes on display in the UK for the first time.
Rob Lowe at the London Eye
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Hollywood actor Rob Lowe joins a launch of a cut-price ticket scheme at London attractions for public transport users.
Statue of Alison Lapper
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A statue of a naked, pregnant woman with no arms is unveiled on Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth.
Rowers on the Thames
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About 300 teams row and paddle down the Thames for the 18th annual Trafalgar Great River Race.
London Zoo launch pantomime
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London Zoo is to embrace the peculiarly British tradition of pantomime by staging Dick Whittington this Christmas.



SEE ALSO:
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National Gallery entrance reopens
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