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Category: General News
Russia Says "No" To U.S. Demand For Snowden
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia has slapped away U.S. demands to return National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden. Though Snowden is believed to have flown to Moscow from Hong Kong, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov angrily insisted Russia has nothing to do with him or his travel plans and says Snowden hasn't crossed the Russian border.