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London, April 21, 2004 (The Guardian) – Detectives were yesterday investigating the execution-style shooting of a man who was murdered as he walked home from a nightclub in Kensington, west London.
Galal Hamza, 25, was shot in the forehead when he and a friend were confronted by three men in Redcliffe Gardens near Earls Court, at 2.25am on Sunday.

Mr Hamza, from Somalia, died the next day. His friend, who was shot in the groin, is recovering in hospital.

Officers from Scotland Yard's Specialist Crime Directorate are looking for two black men and one white man but have no further details.

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