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‘Free from imperial persecution’: Three Latin American countries offer shelter to Edward Snowden

06.07.2013 00:54

Bolivia, Nicaragua and Venezuela have indicated that they could give asylum to the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. It comes in the wake of the UNASUR summit, where Latin American leaders slammed EU ‘imperial’ skyjack of President Morales’ plane.

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Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:31

Well it seems like Snowden is gonna learn spanish.


thomas 06.07.2013 01:31

It goes to show, the U.S has no hands in affairs of nations it once controlled

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:30

Congrats to Venezuela! At least someone not afraid of the global bully!

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:29

Well, one can dream

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:28

I commend Venezuela on their offer. Protect the innocent from the prying eyes of the USA.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:27

01:23 The only one naked will be the fugitive in american solitary confinement

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:26

Preferably accompanied by Russian and Chinese fighter jets.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:25

Praise to Venezuela. It must be a nonstop diplomatic jet over international airspace.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 01:23

Latin America is the only place offering somesort of alternative to naked inhumane capitalism.


Steve Smith 06.07.2013 01:19

Should kept this quiet til he was in their country

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