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# Where's Snowden?

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PIC: This is Edward Snowden's asylum application, according to his lawyer
The US intelligence leaker has applied for temporary political asylum in Russia with his lawyer discussing more details of the case today.
PIC: This is what Edward Snowden looks like after 19 days in a Moscow airport
Human Rights Watch has issued a picture of the US fugitive after he met with rights activists in the Moscow airport where he is based today.
Spain says it was told Edward Snowden was on Bolivian flight
The 30-year-old is believed to be holed up at a Moscow airport looking for a country that will give him safe haven.
Taoiseach: Snowden has sought asylum in Ireland, but his application is invalid
Enda Kenny has told the Dáil that the fugitive former NSA employee has written to the Irish embassy in Moscow but this is not sufficient for an asylum application to be considered.
Ed Snowden applies for asylum in Russia, Putin: He can stay if he stops leaking
A Russian official has confirmed to AFP that the US whistleblower and fugitive has applied for political asylum.
Putin won't extradite Snowden who's in the transit area at Moscow airport
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the sooner Snowden selected his final destination the better for all.
White House cranks up the pressure to find Edward Snowden
Julian Assange has said Snowden is ‘safe’ after leaving Hong Kong after the United States revoked his passport.
Ed Snowden vanishes in Moscow after skipping his flight to Cuba
Julian Assange says he knows where the former NSA contractor is – as the US whistleblower applies for asylum in Ecuador.
Ed Snowden was supposed to be on this flight to Cuba... but he didn't turn up
Mystery surrounds the location of the former US intelligence contractor who blew the whistle on America’s surveillance programmes.