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Category: General News
Ecudaor Undecided On Snowden Assylum
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Ecuador's foreign minister is telling the world not to hold its breath waiting for a decision on asylum for secret leaker Edward Snowden. Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino says the decision could take months. Patino refused to say what criteria Ecuador would use to decide. There are concerns that it would hurt trade with the U.S.