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Aeroflot A330 Flies U.S. Spy Agency Contractor Edward Snowden to Moscow - Report

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  1. KennethHolland

    KennethHolland Hangar Silver Member IV Staff Member

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    A passenger plane believed to be carrying former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden from Hong Kong landed in Moscow on Sunday.

    Reporters at Sheremetyevo international airport said there was no immediate sign of Snowden, who is charged by Washington with espionage, but Russian media suggested he may have been whisked away by car to a foreign embassy in Moscow.

    A source at the Russian airline Aeroflot said earlier on Sunday that Snowden planned to fly from Moscow to Cuba on Monday and then go on to Venezuela.


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