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Fallout from NSA surveillance program disclosures spreads

Jaikumar Vijayan | July 9, 2013
European Union's Parliament wants explanation, EPIC wants U.S. Supreme Court to halt NSA domestic spying.

U.S. relations with Russia and China too have taken a hit over the Snowden affair. The U.S. government has accused both countries of not doing enough to extradite Snowden when they have had the ability to do it. Russia's President, Vladimir Putin, has flatly said his country will not deport Snowden back to the United States.

Snowden is currently believed to be in the transit lounge at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where he is evading U.S. authorities. He flew into Moscow from Hong Kong more than two weeks ago.

Snowden is wanted in the U.S. on charges that he violated provisions of the U.S. Espionage act of 1917. He has sought asylum in several countries and has been extended protection in Venezuela.


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