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Kerry urges Russia to be 'calm' on Snowden

Kerry urges Russia to be 'calm' on Snowden

Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 20:01 GMT+7

US Secretary of State John Kerry called for Russia on Tuesday to be "calm" and hand over accused leaker Edward Snowden, saying Washington was not looking for "confrontation."

Speaking during a visit to Saudi Arabia, Kerry said the transfer of the former government contractor -- who is believed to be in Moscow -- was a matter of rule of law after Russia sharply rejected US criticism over the case.



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