Snowden remains at Moscow airport's transit zone as his passport revoked - source

Former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency employee and National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden cannot buy a new plane ticket as the U.S. has revoked his passport, and this is why he is still staying in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, a source from Snowden's entourage told Interfax.

Former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency employee and National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden cannot buy a new plane ticket as the U.S. has revoked his passport, and this is why he is still staying in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, a source from Snowden's entourage told Interfax.

Snowden has no other ID on him, and, since his passport has been revoked, he can neither enter Russia nor buy a new plane ticket and is therefore still staying at the Sheremetyevo transit zone, the source said.

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