2 July 2013 — RT
Caracas is ready to help NSA leaker Edward Snowden, but will “leave the decision to the people” when considering his request for asylum, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has told RT in an exclusive interview.
2 July 2013 — williambowles.info
WikiLeaks: Edward Snowden makes expanded asylum requests
WASHINGTON — National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, believed to be in legal limbo in the Moscow airport, is expanding his requests for asylum to another 19 countries, including China, according to WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy …
2 July, 2013 — WallStreetOnParade
In July 2002, less than a year after Congress passed the USA Patriot Act, Nancy Chang, then Senior Litigation Attorney for the Center for Constitutional Rights, published a prophetic and comprehensive book about the legislation titled: Silencing Political Dissent: How Post-September 11 Anti-terrorism Measures Threaten our Civil Liberties.
1 July 2013 — VTJP
Official: Israeli settlers torch Palestinian fields in Burin
7/1/2013 – NABLUS (Ma’an) — Israeli settlers started several fires in Burin village south of Nablus on Sunday evening, a Palestinian Authority official said. Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors settlements in the northern West Bank, said residents of Bracha and Yitzhar settlements torched Palestinian fields, leading to clashes with locals. He said Israeli soldiers intervened and fired tear gas and plastic-coated bullets at Palestinian residents and their….
2 July 2013 — RT
“Snowden did ask to stay in Russia. However, when he found out Russia’s position on the matter and the associated conditions he decided not to stay in Russia,” said Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov. Snowden is still held up in a Moscow airport and has issued asylum bids to 15 countries, the spokesman added.
1 July 2013 — Wikileaks Press
One week ago I left Hong Kong after it became clear that my freedom and safety were under threat for revealing the truth. My continued liberty has been owed to the efforts of friends new and old, family, and others who I have never met and probably never will. I trusted them with my life and they returned that trust with a faith in me for which I will always be thankful.