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Britain defends destruction of Snowden data

The Guardian was asked to return or destroy the files to "guarantee that very sensitive information that posed a risk to national security didn't get into the wrong hands."

U.S. lawmakers warn of repercussions after Russia grants Snowden asylum

Snowden, 30, had been stranded in Russia's Sheremetyevo Airport for more than five weeks.

European Parliament wants Snowden, NSA chief to testify on spying

Europe is furious about allegations that the U.S. government has been bugging European embassies and missions in apparent violation of a 1961 convention on diplomatic relations.

Snowden seeks asylum in Russia, meets activists at airport

Snowden, who exposed classified U.S. programs that collect telephone and Internet data, has been in Sheremetyevo airport's transit area since June 23.

¡Bienvenido, Señor Snowden!

You might want to bring along your own toilet paper.

Snowden has not yet accepted Venezuela asylum: WikiLeaks

It remains unclear how the world's most famous refugee would be able to leave the transit zone of Sheremetyevo Airport, where he has been marooned without valid documents since he arrived from Hong Kong on June 23.
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