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Edward Snowden espionage case

White House responds to petition on Edward Snowden, says ' He should come home to the United States, and be judged by a jury of his peers -- not hide behind the cover of an authoritarian regime. Right now, he's running away from the consequences of his actions' - @WeThePeople

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Former US Attorney General Eric Holder tells @YahooPolitics it's possible Justice Department could strike deal with Edward Snowden; 'his actions spurred a necessary debate'

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Edward Snowden espionage case

French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira: Wouldn't be surprised if the country decided to offer asylum to Snowden and Assange - @cnnbrk

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Edward Snowden espionage case

UK Foreign Minister Philip Hammond on Sunday Times report: 'We never comment on operational intelligence matters so I'm not going to talk about what we have or haven't done in order to mitigate the effect of the Snowden revelations. But nobody should be in any doubt that Edward Snowden has caused immense damage' - @AP

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Edward Snowden espionage case

White House official on Sunday Times story that foreign powers can access Snowden files: 'Our position on Mr. Snowden has remained constant: he should be returned to the United States where he will be accorded full due process'

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Edward Snowden espionage case

UK agents moved after Russia, China read files stolen by US whistleblower Edward Snowden, source tells @BBCBreaking

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2016 US elections

Jeb Bush tells Berlin audience: 'The Snowden revelations created real problems in the relationship between Germany and the US that I think needs to be fixed' - @BenjySarlin

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Attorney: Edward Snowden met with Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner in April, discussed US surveillance programs - @AFP

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

President Obama secretly expanded NSA's warrantless spying in US in mid-2012, according to new Edward Snowden documents - @ProPublica

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NSA reform proposals

Editor's note: The Hill notes that Senate passage of the USA Freedom Act, which would end the NSA's bulk collection of phone metadata, came almost exactly two years to the day after Edward Snowden first revealed the existence of the program. - Tom

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

The expiration of provisions of the Patriot Act has not changed the White House's view that ex-contractor Snowden should face prosecution - @thehill

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Edward Snowden

Bust of Edward Snowden at New York park returned to artists, lawyer says - @NYDailyNews

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Photo: A tribute to NSA leaker Edward Snowden which appeared overnight is taken down in Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, NY - @Jo_Tovey

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Video: City workers cover up a tribute to NSA leaker Edward Snowden which appeared overnight at a Brooklyn park - @louiseroug

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Photo: Artists installed this tribute to NSA leader Edward Snowden overnight at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn, NY - @mashable

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

NSA weighed ending phone program before Edward Snowden leak - @AP

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

US to stop collecting bulk phone data if Congress lets law expire, officials say - @Reuters

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United Kingdom

Thousands of private communications read by UK's GCHQ spies every day through bulk interception, report sparked by Edward Snowden says - @pressassoc

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NSA surveillance programs leaked

Report: CIA researchers conducted multi-year effort to break security of Apple's iPhones, iPads, according to documents obtained by Edward Snowden - @the_intercept

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Edward Snowden espionage case

Edward Snowden says in Q&A with university students that he would love to return to the United States but adds that no fair trial is being offered right now - @Reuters

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