Daily Talker: Do Other Countries Have The Obligation To Turn Fugitive Edward Snowden Over To The US?
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is on the move. He’s the guy wanted by the US for telling all about the government’s super secret surveillance programs. China let Snowden leave. He’s in Russia now. Do other countries have the obligation to turn Snowden over to the US?
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