10 Most Famous Asylum Seekers

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Introduction

An ex-CIA fugitive, Leakey Edward Snowden will now be forced to live in the transit zone of the Moscow airport after he was denied a political asylum in India. However, there have been several other cases of the same where individuals have been forced to stay in transit zones places such as the airport or embassies for days, months, and years. Let’s visit stories of other people who encountered these challenges until lastly granted asylum.

1) Edward Snowden

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Edward Snowden’s passport was revoked by the US government which made him remain abandoned at the transit zone of Russia’s Moscow airport up-to-date. The US whistleblower, Snowden, is charged with espionage and leaking classified information at the US after revealing US top secret programme revealing surveillance of phone and internet data by NSA across the world thus exposing the Obama administration at risk.edward_snowden_2 edward_snowden_3

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