Lawyer denies Snowden traded secrets for money
Anatoly Kucherena says the fugitive CIA whistleblower is spending his own savings to get by in his Russian life, but has some help from donations
The reports about former contractor for the
U.S. National Security Agency Edward Snowden's arrival to Moscow's Sheremetyevo and his intentions to fly to Latin America and apply for political asylum fuel further discussions about his future both in Russia and in the U.S.
Russian pop singer Grigory Leps will make a decision concerning his possible meeting with former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who is currently living in Russia, after he returns to Moscow after his Vladivostok tour, Leps's press secretary told Interfax on Tuesday
The Kremlin believes Snowden is free to cooperate with German as concerns reports on the tapping of Angela Merkel's phone conversations by U.S. special services, Kommersant said on Saturday
Ex-U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden may testify in the case of Washington's monitoring of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's phone without leaving Russia, a source familiar with the situation told Interfax
Is the former NSA analyst a modern-day dissident?
Lon Snowden, father of former employee of the U.S. special services Edward Snowden, has left Moscow, lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said
Former NSA contactor seems to be set on staying in Russia for the long term
Lawyer Anatoly Kucherena does not rule out the appearance of new surveillance whistleblowers inspired by Edward Snowden in the United States
Lon Snowden, the father of U.S. special services whistle-blower Edward Snowden, arrived in Moscow on Thursday morning, the Rossiya 24 TV channel reported
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden's father, mother, grandmother and grandfather are likely to visit Russia soon to meet with him, and an invitation for such a visit has already been sent to them, lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said on Russia Today television
The Greens-European Free Alliance faction in the European Parliament announced on Wednesday that it had nominated ex-CIA contractor Edward Snowden for the Freedom of Thought Sakharov Prize this year
The former CIA operative is low on money and still fears American secret services
In an interview with Channel One and the Associated Press, the Russian president talks about Syria, Obama, Snowden and the LGBT community
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has not offered Russia any secret information, and Moscow's refusal to extradite him to the United States is due solely to the fact that the two countries do not have an extradition agreement, Russian President said
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden changed his plans of flying from Moscow to a Latin American country after he learned that Cuba had decided to deny landing to an Aeroflot plane carrying him, Kommersant reported on Monday
The actions of the British government regarding The Guardian are an indication of the double standards applied by London in the sphere of human rights, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman has said
U.S. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden may apply for Russian citizenship in a few years, head of the Russian Federal Migration Service's Public Council Vladimir Volokh told Interfax.
Vkontakte has offered former CIA employee Edward Snowden to work on protection of correspondence on the social networking site, press officer Georgy Lobushkin said
One of the servers of U.S. global system of monitoring Internet users is located in Moscow, Vedomosti daily reported on Monday quoting information shared by former CIA employee Edward Snowden with The Guardian
A number of political analysts are of the view that Obama's decision to cancel his one-on-one meeting with Putin in September will not be followed by Washington's skipping other forums hosted by Moscow, and the situation itself will be played down
Senator Ruslan Gattarov, who leads the Federation Council working group in charge of supervising the observance of the constitutional rights of Russian citizens to inviolability of private life, will help raise funds for Edward Snowden