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Hong Kong asks US whistleblower to leave

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Edward Snowden, during an interview with the Guardian in his hotel room in Hong Kong
Edward Snowden, during an interview with the Guardian in his hotel room in Hong Kong Reuters/Courtesy of The Guardian/Glenn Greenwald/Laura Poitras/H

Former Hong Kong security chief Regina Ip has called on the US whistleblower Edward Snowden to leave the city. Snowden, who leaked details of a secret internet surveillance programme, sasy he may seek asylum in Iceland. Coleen Rowley, another US whistleblower about the Snowden case, talks about what it takes to do what they did. 

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