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U.S.: No death penalty for Snowden

This still frame grab recorded on June 6, 2013 and released to AFP on June 10, 2013 shows Edward Snowden, who has been working at the National Security Agency for the past four years, speaking during an interview with The Guardian newspaper at an undisclosed location in Hong Kong. Snowden, who has said he wants to apply for asylum in Russia, is studying his options and likely to make a decision shortly, a lawyer said on July 16, 2013.    AFP PHOTO / THE GUARDIAN
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    U.S.: No death penalty for Snowden

The U.S. government says NSA leaker Edward Snowden will not face the death penalty or be tortured.