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Boris Johnson calls for Russian Embassy protests during Syria debate

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UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has used his debut at the House of Commons dispatch box to accuse Russia of bombing an aid convoy in Aleppo, and asked why anti-war activists have not mounted protests outside the Russian Embassy in London. Read Full Article at RT.com
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