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There is still no sign of an essay -- Edwards Snowden in Cuba Ecuador Iceland.
Or anyplace else actually he's believed to still be at the Moscow airport.
Meantime Ecuador's reining in expectations that it might welcome -- as a political refugee anytime soon.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge has tonight's update.
This State Department tried to dismiss Ecuador's -- -- the Obama administration explain in writing.
Why NSA -- -- -- should be denied asylum.
The United States be submitting a written position -- of -- I'm not gonna get into our diplomatic exchanges that with -- will continue to be in discussion with them.
Ecuador's foreign minister told reporters they could take months for the south American nation to decide.
Comparing the -- taste of that of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was now living at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
It took us two months to make -- decision in the case of Julian Assange so don't expect us to make a decision sooner this time.
With snow -- arrival in Moscow Sunday the Russian embassy in Washington told fox a transit visa is good for 72 hours so theoretically it should expire today after that a traveler needs a tourist visa.
The State Department sent a one way flight back to the US is another option.
That's kind of travel document we're prepared.
An individual accused of serious kind.
After Snowden was a no show on this Monday flight to Cuba -- -- told fox there are no current reservations for him.
The Russian president use colorful language to insinuate the US government is more light and heat.
-- -- -- -- Dealing with -- is the same as sharing a piglet -- -- -- little too much squealing for too little rule.
-- contacted the Chinese and Russian governments during this travel limbo.
Could be the difference between the original espionage charges and higher crime -- the end result probably a life sentence.
A potential either charged or if there's a treason charge that carries a death sentence has -- extra constitutional crime so.
-- today the Justice Department confirmed that Hong Kong's apparent confusion over -- -- name was the excuse authorities used not to act.
There were inconsistencies on -- his middle name and the US did not provide a passport number.
The Justice Department spokesman said the technicality did not prevent Hong Kong from arresting Snowden under the terms of the extradition treaty -- it.
Anderson Catherine thank you --
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