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A thief who stole £7,000 worth of jewellery from a woman’s handbag in a Swiss Cottage faces jail after the victim fought back and grabbed her purse.

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Around 120 people pressed into Hornsey Town Hall to hear personal testimonies from refugees and advice workers, as well as original dance and songs from Middle Eastern performers.

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