November 4, 2013 Surveillance
Philip Oltermann reports:
An increasing number of public figures are calling for Edward Snowden to be offered asylum in Germany, with more than 50 asking Berlin to step up it support of the US whistleblower in the new edition of Der Spiegel magazine
Heiner Geissler, the former general secretary of Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, says in the appeal: “Snowden has done the western world a great service. It is now up to us to help him.”
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