Press Association & Edward Snowden

The Press Association is the national news agency of the United Kingdom and Ireland, supplying multimedia news content to almost all national and regional newspapers, television and radio news, as well as many websites with text, pictures, video and data content globally. Edward Joseph Snowden (born 1983) is an American technical contractor, whistleblower and former United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee who worked as a contractor for the National Security Agency (NSA). 2.0/5

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The following is the full text of a letter by Edward Snowden to the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa. Written in Spanish, it was obtained and translated by the Press Association in London.
HUFFPOST The Huffington Post UK" is provided by AOL (UK) Limited. © 2013 AOL (UK) Limited its affiliates and licensors. Edward Snowden Praises Ecuador For Considering Political Asylum Request The Huffington Post UK/PAJul 01, 2013Intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden has written to the president of Ecuador praising his country's "bravery" in considering his request for political asylum, it has been revealed.Mr Snowden, who leaked details of secret surveillance operations in the UK and US, fled to Hong Kong and then to Moscow after White House officials requested his extradition.He is still believed to be in Russia but has not been seen in public. His disclosures over the surveillance activities of the UK's GCHQ and its American counterpart, the National Security Agency, have caused huge controversy.His letter to president Rafael Correa, written in Spanish, was leaked to the Press Association by sources in the Ecuadorian capital Quito.Mr Snowden accuses the US government of a "grave violation" of human ...
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