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Boris Johnson: military options against Syrian regime being considered

Foreign secretary says public opinion is changing after bombardment of Aleppo Boris Johnson has given his first hint that the west is willing to step up military activity against the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad, saying a meeting of foreign ministers on Sunday will look at new options. He stressed he did not want to give false hope to the Syrian opposition, and said it may be a long day’s march, but “more kinetic options, the military options” were being considered.
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