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In Transit: Snowden Gets Asylum Documents, Leaves Sheremetyevo Airport

Taxi for Snowden!

In Transit: Snowden Gets Asylum Documents, Leaves Sheremetyevo Airport
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Well, Sheremetyevo Airport watchers, Edward Snowden has now left the building. The former security contractor, who has been living out of a suitcase for the past seven or so weeks, has been given a piece of paper that allows him a year’s temporary asylum in Russia. Break out the Cossack Petrol!

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After last week’s false alarm, the NSA whistleblower was reportedly escorted into a taxi by his lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, who declined to tell the Wall Street Journal where Mr. Snowden was headed.

[Image: Flickr user Semih Hazar]

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My writing career has taken me all round the houses over the past decade and a half--from grumpy teens and hungover rock bands in the U.K., where I was born, via celebrity interviews, health, tech and fashion in Madrid and Paris, before returning to London, where I now live. For the past five years I've been writing about technology and innovation for U.S

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