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21 Countries And Rising Have Joined Anti-NSA UN Resolution Discussions

RT reports that 21 countries have joined in draft discussions at the UN for an anti-NSA resolution to be passed. In the discussions are the following nations: Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, France, Germany, Guyana, Hungary,…

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Snowden Crowd-funding Campaign Pulled By IndieGoGo

A campaign set up to fly Edward Snowden to Latin America dubbed “Fly Edward Snowden Fly” has been pulled by Crowd-funding company IndieGoGo. The campaign was started by Christian Honey, a neuroscientist with the Oxford University, and…

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Venezuela Attacks The USA’s Meddling Agenda

RT reports that Venezuela’s foreign ministry has blasted Washington for their diplomatic conduct. Venezuela has described the USA actions as demonstrating a “meddling agenda” and as a result they ended current diplomatic negotiations stating “The Bolivarian…

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USA Threatening Venezuela With Political And Economic Sanctions

ABC.es reports that the USA is exerting threats as well as political and economic sanctions in a bid to get Venezuela to revoke Snowden’s asylum, or hand the NSA whistleblower over to the USA if he…

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Latin American Nations Withdraw Ambassadors From Europe After Jet Incident

Russia Today reports that the backlash against Europe after the Bolivian Jet incident is now growing in Latin America. After having a serious emergency meeting already four countries have now decided to withdraw their ambassadors from…

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USA Applying Diplomatic Pressure To Latin America To Reject Snowden

  In an attempt to prevent Edward Snowden from seeking asylum in Latin America the USA is applying diplomatic pressure to Latin American countries such as Nicaragua, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador and others. Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia…

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Venezuela Ratifies Asylum Decision For Snowden

Venezuela has already confirmed that it has received Edward Snowden’s asylum request and now it has reportedly ratified the asylum request. El Nuevo Empresario reports that the Venezuelan foreign affairs minister announced the decision to grant…

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Venezuela Confirms It Has Received Snowden’s Asylum Request

On the back of Venezuela offering Edward Snowden political asylum Venezuela’s president, pictured above – Nicolas Maduro, has confirmed they received his application on Monday before the deadline. Nicaragua’s president Daniel Ortega also confirmed that they…

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NSA Spied On Countries In Latin America

The NSA has been spying on the whole world, that’s not news to anyone. However, on the back of the USA trying to exert pressure on Latin America to not accept Edward Snowden’s asylum these latest…

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Venezuela Says Asylum Offer For Snowden Has Deadline

Edward Snowden recently received political asylum offers from Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia taking his total number of options to three, if you exclude the fact he rejected Russia’s asylum offer. Yet despite this Edward Snowden has to…

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Venezuela Is Snowden’s Last Chance Says Russia Official

Alexei Pushkov, chairman of the Russia Duma’s Foreign Affairs Committee, has stated that he believes Venezuela is the last chance of Edward Snowden to avoid extradition to the USA. In a statement made on his Twitter…

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Bolivia Join Venezuela And Nicaragua In Offering Snowden Asylum

During a speech yesterday Evo Morales officially offered NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, political asylum in his country Bolivia. Quoted in El Comercio Morales said that “As a protest, we just want to say to the Europeans…

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Nicaragua And Venezuela Offer Edward Snowden Political Asylum

Edward Snowden received a flurry of asylum rejections in the past week as European nations stumbled over themselves to make excuses to protect their interests with the USA despite overwhelming public support for offering Snowden asylum…

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Pro-NSA Hackers Go After Venezuelan Websites

While many are outraged at the whole NSA data scandal there are also those who have the opposite opinion and believe it is totally justified and in the national interests of the USA. They also believe…

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Latin American Countries Host Emergency Meeting, Condemn The USA

The Union of South American Nations, UNASUR, held an emergency meeting yesterday to discuss the incident in which Bolivia’s President Evo Morales had his plane forcibly grounded amid suspicions NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was onboard. The…

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Snowden’s Asylum Options: 1 Withdrawn 10 Rejected 10 Pending

According to reports by RT.com Snowden’s options for political asylum are rapidly evaporating. The NSA whistleblower has withdrawn his application for Asylum to Russia after they told him he could only have asylum if he stopped…

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Bolivian Jet Grounded Over Claims Snowden Is Onboard, UN Complaint Ensues

Bolivia’s president Evo Morales was flying back from Russia where he was attending an energy summit when his plane was forced to land in Austria. The reason? Italy, France, Spain and Portugal had all refused to…

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Snowden Releases List Of Countries Contacted For Political Asylum Requests

While it is now relatively common knowledge that the famous internet surveillance NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is stuck in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, it hasn’t been well documented where he was seeking political asylum up until now. We’ve…

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Ecuador And Venezuela Unite Against The USA

While the USA is increasing pressure on foreign countries to hand Edward Snowden over to them for criminal trials the rest of the world is standing defiant. Ecuador took their stand against the USA recently by…

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Venezuelan President Would Consider Snowden Asylum Request

While Edward Snowden is believed to be seeking political Asylum with the Ecuadorian government, Venezuela’s president has given Edward Snowden another option. Nicolas Maduro has stated that even though Snowden has not made such a request…