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Boris Johnson asked if he agrees that Putin is a 'killer'

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Boris Johnson asked if he agrees that Putin is a 'killer'

Boris Johnson asked if he agrees that Putin is a 'killer'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was asked by CNN’s Clarissa Ward at the 2021 G7 Summit if he agrees with President Joe Biden’s statement that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “killer.”


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The Prime Minister said he was “proud” of the UK’s contribution to global education despite the country going through tough economic times during the Covid-19 pandemic.Boris Johnson opened his speech at the Global Education Summit by praising the impact of the coronavirus vaccines in allowing in-person international gatherings to resume.

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PM urged to expand scheme to allow former Afghan interpreters to resettle in UK

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Putin says Russian navy 'can detect any enemy' and fire 'unpreventable strike' if needed

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Belarusian opposition leader recounts Biden meeting [Video]

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Biden warned Putin of consequences if Navalny dies in prison [Video]

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President Joe Biden says he warned Russian President Vladimir Putin of consequences if jailed Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny were to die in prison. CNN’s Clarissa Ward reports.

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Russian mercenaries accused of atrocities in the Central African Republic [Video]

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