Mar 29 2010
Twelve teenagers have been charged with the murder of a 15-year-old who was knifed in one of Britain's busiest railway stations during rush hour, police said.
A further seven youths were bailed over the attack at Victoria Underground station, in central London, on Thursday.
Sofyen Belamouadden, from Acton, west London, suffered multiple stab wounds during the fight which detectives believe may have been pre-arranged.
Witnesses said a gang of attackers wearing school uniform chased the victim from the busy station concourse into an Underground ticket hall.
Sofyen, a pupil at the Henry Compton School in Fulham, west London, was then knifed repeatedly in the chest.