Boris Johnson calls for protests outside Russian embassy over Syria conflict
Boris Johnson warned that the "wells of outrage are growing exhausted" as the city of Aleppo faces destruction.
MPs have claimed Russia is responsible for committing war crimes in Syria, with an emergency Commons debate hearing calls for Britain to review its relationship with President Vladimir Putin's regime and seek tougher trade sanctions against it.
Mr Johnson told the Commons: "It is the UK week after week that is taking the lead together with our allies in America and in France, all the like-minded nations, in highlighting what is happening in Syria to a world where,... read more
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