Shelter from the storm: Edward Snowden's year in Russia
What has changed since the American whistleblower landed in Moscow?
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.
Former employee of the U.S. National Security Agency Edward Snowden has asked a Moscow region office of the Russian Federal Migration Service to extend his stay in Russia, his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said
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Federal Migration Service not commenting regarding Snowden's request to extend is temporary asylum in Russia
The Russian Federal Migration Service (FMS) said it did not comment on information that former CIA employee Edward Snowden applied for extending his temporary asylum in Russia
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Former CIA employee Edward Snowden will file documents with the Russian Federal Migration Service to extend his stay in Russia in the nearest future, his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena told Interfax on Monday
Snowden may apply for extending asylum in Russia now - head of Russian Federal Migration Service's Public Council
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
The president gave his views on Ukraine, Crimea, China and relations with the U.S.
Thank you, Edward Snowden, for telling us how badly reform is needed. It would have been impossible without the knowledge you gave us
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
Actions of U.S. special services force Snowden to ask for asylum, Russian special services have nothing to do with it - Kucherena
The Russian special services have nothing to do with the flight of former CIA employee Edward Snowden, who has been granted temporary asylum in Russia, Snowden's lawyer Anatoly Kucherena told Interfax on Wednesday
Barack Obama's statement to the effect that the U.S. special services' interference in private lives of American citizens should be restricted confirms that Edward Snowden's actions were well justified, says Anatoly Kucherena
As many as 26 percent of Russians interviewed by the Levada Center sociological service have once again described Russian President Vladimir Putin as the person of the year in a December 2013 poll
Five months since Russia granted asylum to Edward Snowden, the iconic image of the information era dissident is replicated in various forms of art, media and merchandise. RBTH offers a roundup of Snowden-related products in Russia and beyond
The Russian president supported Ukraine, praised Snowden, defended the U.S. intelligence services and offered to work with Greenpeace during his annual marathon Q&A session
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Anatoly Kucherena says the fugitive CIA whistleblower is spending his own savings to get by in his Russian life, but has some help from donations
Russian pop singer Grigory Leps will make a decision concerning his possible meeting with former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who is currently living in Russia, after he returns to Moscow after his Vladivostok tour, Leps's press secretary told Interfax on Tuesday
The Kremlin believes Snowden is free to cooperate with German as concerns reports on the tapping of Angela Merkel's phone conversations by U.S. special services, Kommersant said on Saturday
Ex-U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden may testify in the case of Washington's monitoring of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's phone without leaving Russia, a source familiar with the situation told Interfax
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