High-level talks between Russia and the US scheduled for next week in Washington are "up in the air" and a September summit also is in doubt after Russia granted asylum to Snowden.Russia grants Snowden 1 year's asylum Special
A list of the countries which Snowden has asked for asylum, as published by WikiLeaks, and their reactions so far.
The United States' accusation against China on fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden's departure from Hong Kong is groundless.
Russia rules out Snowden expulsion
The US House of Representatives narrowly approved continuing the National Security Agency's secret collection of hundreds of millions of citizens' phone records after a fierce debate.
Bolivia accused the United States on Wednesday of trying to "kidnap" its president, Evo Morales, after his plane was denied permission to fly over some European countries on suspicion he was taking Edward Snowden to Latin America.
Do people keen on expanding the Convention on Cybercrime worldwide have the same colonial mindset that their ancestors centuries ago had?
A German opposition lawmaker on Thursday met Edward Snowden in Moscow to explore the possibility of having him assist Germany's inquiry into alleged US spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
PRISM is the code name of a high-level clandestine surveillance program of the US National Security Agency.
Under the highly classified program, the US National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been tapping directly into the central servers of nine U.S. internet companies, extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection logs that enable analysts to track a person's movements and contacts over time.
The NSA has conducted more than 61,000 hacking operations across the globe.