Human Rights Groups Organise Hong Kong Protest To Support Edward Snowden

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Local rights groups are planning a march to press home their call for the Hong Kong government to protect the personal safety of Edward Snowden, the former CIA man holed up in the city after blowing the whistle on US internet surveillance.
Human Rights Groups Organise Hong Kong Protest To Support Edward Snowden
 
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Local rights groups are planning a march to press home their call for the Hong Kong government to protect the personal safety of Edward Snowden, the former CIA man holed up in the city after blowing the whistle on US internet surveillance.
 
But the city's government remains tight-lipped on Snowden. He was not mentioned in a meeting between Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday, government sources said.