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U.S. asks Ecuador's president not to grant Snowden asylum

Xinhua)  13:36, June 30, 2013  

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (R) takes part in the weekly presentation of presidential work in El Aromo of Manabi Province, Ecuador, on June 29, 2013. Rafael Correa said on Saturday the United States had asked him not to grant asylum for Edward Snowden, a U.S. intelligence agent-turned-whistleblower accused of espionage by Washington, in a telephone conversation he held with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden. (Xinhua/Santiago Armas)

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