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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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All this US/NSA/Snowden stuff is not a Russian problem at all, rise up and deal with it yourselves.
glad snowden disliked the pathetic offer of russia who show world they are no leader.stupid cowards
Putin is so contradictory. Fortunately, russians will never know the truth about him.
The only cowards are those who blame Russia instead of blaming the real cause of the problem - US.
Quote "Where is the Syrian opposition prime minister who got elected with only 15 votes in Turkey?
russians really have no plan how to capture opportunitiees given to them in @08 and now. real fools
Its as if the Russians are still unable to grasp the full extent of US/NATO ill-will and duplicity
russian foreing misnitry is infiltrated by englihs spies. one was appinted as MEadvisor by medvedev
Britain was organizing an invasion of rebels(terrorists) into Syria. -dumas the ex FM of france
stupid lavrov is weakling bootlicker of anglos-real disgrace like medvedev and yeltsin. iran learn
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