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Published: Saturday 21 September, 2013

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MOSCOW: US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden spent a fourth day at a Moscow airport on Wednesday with his t shop clothing ravel plans still a mystery as Ecuador warned it could take months to consider his asylum request.

The man responsible for one of the biggest intelligence security breaches in US history has not been sighted since arriving in Moscow on a flight from Hong Kong on Sunday and according to Russia is still in a transit zone at Sheremetyevo airport.

He has not violated Russian law, he has not crossed the border, he is in the transit zone of the airport and can fly anywhere that he wants, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted as saying by the foreign ministry.

But United States has revoked his passport and is applying persistent pressure on Moscow to hand over Snowden, who leaked sensational revelations of massive US surveillance programmes to the media.

Antisecrecy website WikiLeaks, which is assisting him and claims Snowden left Hong Kong with a refugee document supplied by Ecuador, said he risks being stuck in Russia permanently.

Ecuador, which earlier this week raised the prospect he would make a dash for Quito after revealing that Snowden had requested asylum, said it would take some time to decide the application.

The leftist Latin American state, led by populist President Rafael Correa, is already sheltering WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at its embassy in London as he faces extradition to Sweden over allegations of sexual assault.

It took us two months to make a decision in the case of Assange so do not expect us to make a decision sooner this time, said Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino in Malaysia.

Venezuelas President Nicolas Maduro, who by coincidence is expected in Moscow next week for an energy summit, said Caracas would also consider any asylum request.

President Vladimir Putin had on Tuesday described Snowden as a free man but indicated that Moscow was keen to see the back of him.

Mr Snowden is a free man, the sooner he selects his final destination point, shop clothing the better for us and for himself, he said, in a comment echoed Wednesday by Lavrov.

Snowden had been expected to board a plane for Cuba on Monday but he never took the flight and Putin hinted that his onward travel plans were still unknown. Snowdens extended stay in Moscow has prompted comparisons with the Tom Hanks hit film The Terminal about a man living in an airport, while British gambling website William Hill has opened betting on his final destination.

Cancelling Snowdens passport and bullying intermediary countries may kee shop clothing p Snowden permanently in Russia, WikiLeaks said in a statement on Twitter.

Maverick Russian lawmaker and head of the Liberal Democratic Party Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that unless Snowden received a new passport he risked staying at Sheremetyevo indefinitely.

Who is he without documents? He could sit for 10 years in that room in transit. Hes going to be fed. But today, he is nobody, he said quoted by RIA Novosti. In a curious development, Spains renowned former rights judge Baltasar Garzon, who is legal director of WikiLeaks, said without further explanation that his firm has declined to represent Snowden.

The dispute risks sharpening tensions between Washington and Moscow as well as Beijing when they are struggling to overcome differences to end the conflict in Syria. shop clothing

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