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Snowden scraps Russia asylum bid over call to cease ‘anti-US activity’ – Kremlin

02.07.2013 07:59

US whistleblower Edward Snowden asked for asylum in Russia, but later withdrew the request after President Putin urged him to cease "anti-American activity," according to the President's spokesperson.

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Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:44

There will be no freedom/democracy/lo ve coz this world is built on war/killing/money/li es/hatreds

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:43

Civilised countries agree: a person shouldnt be extradided to country practising capital punishment

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:42

Snowden continues to act in complete congruence with his principles. He has admirable integrity.


Gian Con 02.07.2013 08:41

@Count Cash
Excellent comment, my friend.
I hope the USA also sees the clear picture and understands the message Russia sends in that regard.

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:38

Russia keeps the pressure to see would the US dare another SWAT-sting operation as did w/V Bout-Asia

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:37

Soon the USA will realize their errors in Syria and embrace the leadership of Russia on the issue.

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:35

Leidenstationen / Eluding the Cross-Hairs:- Hawaii, HK, Moscow ... ? (ensure no crucifiction)

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:32

And the tune changes.


Gian Con 02.07.2013 08:32

Putin defended the US when Obama would never do the same thing. The developments in Syria will teach Putin what th US is really all about.

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:26

The NSA is a tool for slavery from the New World Order-Bilderberg-Fed eral Reserve Bank

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