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    Posted on Jul 3, 2013

    Bolivian President's Plane Denied Airspace In Snowden Pursuit

    President Evo Morales announced in Moscow on Tuesday that he would consider NSA leaker Edward Snowden's request for asylum in Bolivia. Hours later, France, Italy and Portugal refused to let his flight pass overhead, forcing the leader to land in Austria -- where officials then searched his plane for the fugitive. Snowden is still believed to be in a Moscow airport.

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