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Men deny Agnes Sina-Inakoju's shooting murder in Hoxton

Agnes Sina-Inakoju
Image caption Agnes Sina-Inakoju died two days after being shot in the neck through the window of the shop

Two men have pleaded not guilty to the murder of a 16-year-old girl who was shot at a takeaway shop in east London.

Agnes Sina-Inakoju, who lived close to the area, died two days after being shot in the neck through the window of the shop in Hoxton in Hackney.

Leon Dunkley, 21, of Hackney, and Mohammed Smoured, 21, of Ealing, denied a charge of murder at the Old Bailey.

They will go on trial on 7 March with two 16-year-old boys who pleaded not guilty to firearms charges.

Both men also denied a firearms charge.

Mr Dunkley, of Kenninghall Road, Mr Smoured, of Hopwood Walk, Ealing, west London, and the teenagers, who cannot be named, were remanded in custody when they appeared in court via videolink.

One of the youths pleaded not guilty to a series of firearms allegations while the second boy denied separate gun charges, as well as a charge of assisting an offender.

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