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Should president Vladimir Putin says and -- a leaker Edwards Snowden will have to stop giving out American secrets.
If he wants asylum in Moscow.
Meanwhile America's allies are demanding answers about the latest revelation and the NSA surveillance and here's chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge.
According to the official Russian news service Interfax late Monday at the Moscow airport Edwards -- applied for asylum there with the help of -- Harrison his WikiLeaks handler.
Want to claim cannot be independently verified earlier in the day Russian president Vladimir Putin said -- could stay in Russia only if you stop leaking classified documents about US surveillance program.
Even -- a former KGB officer saw the irony.
Did this there was -- push that's that's -- -- if you wish is to stay here -- we have one condition can -- stock has worked aimed at harming our American partners.
Well the -- documents benefit China and Russia most prudent claim the former NSA contractor is not helping Moscow.
Yes but -- -- the new and -- mr.
-- is not our -- he never was and today is not that's our special services have never worked with them and don't work with him.
Earlier today mr.
Obama portrayed -- Washington and Moscow as productive.
Even moving in the right direction.
There have been high level discussions.
With the Russians about trying to find a solution to the problem.
Publishing once secret documents Britain's guardian newspaper alleges that the NSA has targeted at least thirty embassies emissions.
Including those of the European Union in Washington in New York.
Secretary of state John Kerry seem to play down the ramifications.
Adding that he's working with -- chief representative.
The lady asked him -- did indeed raise it with me today.
And we agreed to stay in touch I agreed to find out exactly what the situation as I would give back to -- German prosecutors are investigating whether laws were broken when the US reportedly spied on European citizens.
Using the NSA's prison program which collects overseas Internet data and -- offices of the European Union on both sides of the Atlantic to -- slogans -- We must say very clearly -- he strapping on France is unacceptable and it is a no go.
We're not in the Cold War anymore well avoiding specific spying allegations the State Department described the US intelligence communities data collection on its allies as routine.
I'm just like a character is -- -- -- say that as you make clear what kind of intelligence that.
We gather something that other nations do as well.
But today the Reuters news service reports the snow and sent a letter to Ecuador's president knew -- litter the NSA -- claims he is being persecuted by the US government for the leaks.
He also thanks the Ecuadorian government for considering his asylum application.
And for the temporary paperwork that allowed him to travel from Hong Kong to Russia sentence says he is free to reveal more secret and he intends to do so.
Justice Department officials told fox they are waiting to authenticate the letter before commenting -- doesn't thank you enough.
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