Edward Snowden's New Lifeline

Bolivia joins Venezuela, Nicaragua as countries willing to offer the NSA leaker asylum.
1:16 | 07/07/13

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After two weeks -- at the Moscow airport tonight -- Snowden has a lifeline. A new asylum offer -- -- from Bolivia joining those from Venezuela and Nicaragua overnight. But how can he get there from here. Finding a safe route from Moscow to Latin America won't be easy every commercial flight routes stops in countries that have extradition treaties with the United States. Perhaps his best option connecting in Cuba. Another option a private plane a direct flight would cost around 200000. Dollars. Whoever -- snowed and asylum will also have to issue a new travel document. The State Department has canceled his passport one final hurdle. Will countries allow his plane to fly over their territory. The United States has been pressuring countries not to helps noted the White House thinks they had him cornered here and they don't want him slipping from their grasp. Russia says it will not extradite snowed in but President Putin has made it clear he's no longer welcome years. As for -- -- he traveled there was another flight to Cuba today but there was no sign that Snowden was on board. In Chile has those travel documents and -- police sure he has a safe route. He's likely to remain stuck here at the airport David.

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