He’s a man without a country, Edward Snowden, the former National Security contractor who leaked and took classified U.S. intelligence documents. The latest countries that refused to grant him asylum are France and Italy.
He reportedly is in the international transit zone of Russia’s international airport in Moscow. The zone technically is out of Russia, which doesn’t want him. One country after another has refused to grant him asylum. He is wanted by U.S. authorities on leaking classified data on U.S. surveillance programs. Snowden has asked at least 20 countries to grant him asylum. The U.S. has revoked his passport.
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