The reports about former contractor for the
U.S. National Security Agency Edward Snowden's arrival to Moscow's Sheremetyevo and his intentions to fly to Latin America and apply for political asylum fuel further discussions about his future both in Russia and in the U.S.
Lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said he urged potential candidates for the U.S. presidency not to use the situation with former National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden for their political goals and not to call him a traitor
The Courage Foundation dedicated to supporting former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency employee and National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has forwarded a letter to the Russian embassy to the U.S. to extend his asylum in Russia
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden may apply for extending his temporary asylum in Russia in the near future, Vladimir Volokh, the head of the Russian Federal Migration Service's Public Council, told Interfax on Thursday
U.S. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden may ask for an extension of his refugee status in Russia and apply for citizenship at a later period, Kommersant wrote on Friday, referring to Snowden's lawyer Anatoly Kucherena