– Jeremy Cook, 18, shot dead in London, Ontario after he confronted two men who had stolen his mobile phone.
One of the men, Muhab Sultan, 23, later drowned in the Rideau river in Ottawa while being pursued by police on an unrelated matter.
May 18 – Richard Groves, 32, was beaten to death at a flat in Warley, West Midlands.
– Tracey Woodford, 47, vanished from the Skinny Dog pub in Pontypridd, south Wales. Christopher May, 50, has been charged with murder and awaits trial.
– Ola Raji, 20, was shot and stabbed to death in East Surrey Grove, Peckham, south London.
April 2015 – Sheriff Mbye, 18, died in hospital from multiple stab wounds sustained in a “scuffle” in Northfield, Birmingham.
Montell Stephens, 18, Rakeem Riley, 18, and Omar Robinson, aged 21, from Ladywood, have been charged with murder and await trial.
Matthew Daley, 34, from Worthing, has been charged with murder and awaits trial in October 2015.
– Erdogan Guzel, 42, shot dead outside his bakery, Kardesler Pastanesi, in Lordship Lane, Wood Green, north London.
The dead included Daniel Boyett, 44, a regional Cossacks captain who was shot in the head.
The others were Richard Vincent Kirschner, 47; Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39; Wayne Lee Campbell, 43; Charles Wayne Russell, 46; Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65; Richard Matthew Jordan II, 31; Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40; and Matthew Mark Smith, 27. – Mahad Abdi Abshir, 28, died of head injuries two days after being assaulted in Camden, north London, at 5.40am.
He – Christopher De Simone, 24, a customer, and Maria Voci, 42, a waitress, were shot dead at the Moka Espresso café in Vaughan, on the outskirts of Toronto, Canada.
Rocco Di Paola, a former candidate for Mayor of Toronto, survived the shooting. It is thought the shooting was related to organised crime in the York region, just north of Toronto.
Among those involved were The Bandidos and The Cossacks but also the Scimitars.