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Snowden reportedly headed for Cuba after Moscow stopover
Snowden reportedly headed for Cuba after Moscow stopover

MOSCOW — A plane from Hong Kong believed to be carrying the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden landed in the Russian capital late Sunday afternoon, and authorities said he was en route to Cuba. There were conflicting reports about what precisely happened to Snowden, who is wanted by U.S. authorities for leaking top-secret NSA information, once the flight landed at Sheremetyevo-2 Airport. He was not seen among the flight passengers emerging from passport control and customs. A Russian Foreign Ministry official, speaking on condition of anonymity, had said that Snowden was expected to remain in the transit area of the airport until a flight to Havana on Monday,...

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