Video: Three countries offer asylum to Edward Snowden Three Latin American countries - Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia - have made offers of asylum to Edward Snowden. Charlie D'Agata reports how the NSA leaker, who has been marooned at a Moscow airport for two weeks, would be able to make a clean break.
July 6, 2013 - CBS News
Snowden adds six countries to his search for asylum NSA leaker Edward Snowden has sent out appeals for asylum to six more countries, WikiLeaks reported Friday, in a sign of the marooned fugitive's mounting desperation in the face of international indifference to his plight.
July 5, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
Chakraborty in AFP Many islands and a large swathe of the mangrove forest in the Sundarbans are still under water,Chakraborty said. "We have been dropping food to marooned people by helicopter."
Paul Jewell in Sportinglife.co.za Wigan manager Paul Jewell believes the Premier League would have enforced a points penalty on West Ham over the Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano transfer affair if they had been "marooned like Watford" at the bottom of the league.
Nitish Kumar in Hindu Over five lakh marooned people have been evacuated so far and the rest, too, would be shifted to relief camps and safe shelters in the next three days,Kumar said after a meeting with the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) team led...