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Boris Johnson (Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson)

Date of Birth: 19 June 1964


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Language barriers

Following a meeting with Prime Minister Philémon Yunji Yang at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London on 19 April the UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said there was an 'urgent need to pursue dialogue decentralisation and respect [for] human rights in Anglophone regions as President Paul Biya has previously committed'...


Doubts about unity deal

Sweihli a Misurata heavyweight was recently invited by the new British Ambassador Frank Baker to visit London where his would-be host Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has shown admiration for Haftar as have Washington Paris and Moscow...


Abuja's high hopes in New York

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and International Development Minister Priti Patel went on a joint mission to Nigeria from 30 August to 1 September focusing on contributing to a package of 'political military and intelligence support' as well as training and rehabilitation work in Nigeria's north-east...


A hopeful view in London…

Many heard Farmajo promise to defeat the Islamist insurgents of Al Shabaab in two years including United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May and her Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson; May's Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim head of the ruling Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (Justice and Development Party); United States Defense Secretary James Mattis; Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta; Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni; Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia and Chad's Moussa Faki Mahamat the new African Union Chairperson (AC Vol 58 No 4 MPs reject foreigners' choice & Vol 58 No 3 The scramble for the chair)...


Vu Tien Loc

Before heading home he stopped in Britain to give London Mayor Boris Johnson some advice on the city’s hosting of the 2012 Olympic Games...


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Liu Qi

Before heading home he stopped in Britain to give London Mayor Boris Johnson some advice on the city’s hosting of the 2012 Olympic Games...


Bailing out President Mugabe

' Conservative party MP Boris Johnson said the lending reflected British disinterest in the plight of Zimbabwe: 'It's part of a much bigger problemwe have to face the fact that we've done nothing to remove a tyrant responsible for untold deaths and complete ruination of the economy...


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