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Forest Gate stab death victim named in court

15:37 30 January 2014

Police outside the scene of the stabbing in Forest Gate

Police outside the scene of the stabbing in Forest Gate

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A Bulgarian national who was stabbed to death has been named in court.

Milena Yuliyanov, 27, died in hospital hours after police were called to a stabbing at Nigel Road, Forest Gate, on Wednesday, January 29.

A man believed to be her husband, Jamshaid Khan, 28, also of Nigel Road, appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court today charged with her murder and was remanded in custody.

Ms Yuliyanov has yet to be formally identified by next of kin.

She died approximately five hours after police and paramedics were called at 3pm.

Witnesses or anyone with any information should contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

• Did you know Ms Yuliyanov? If you would like to leave a tribute, call the Recorder news desk on 020 8477 3981.

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