London mayor calls on British foreign minister Johnson to resign

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LONDON, Nov 12 - London Mayor Sadiq Khan called on British foreign minister Boris Johnson on Sunday to resign after a series of gaffes which he said had offended Libyans, Americans, the Spanish and others.

Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr show, Khan said Johnson "has to go."

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