The US has expressed displeasure at Snowden's public appearance in Moscow. He says he will try to get to Latin America.
Moscow has yet to give up on a political settlement to the conflict in Syria, a Kremlin spokesperson says. Amid escalating violence in Aleppo, the US and UK have accused Russia of possible war crimes.
Former US spy agency Edward Snowden was a "disgruntled employee" and not a "principled whistleblower," according to a report from Congress. Civil liberty groups advocate a presidential pardon for the exiled 33 year old.
DW's Moscow Correspondent Emma Burrows speaks to a woman who says she was abused by a teacher at one of Russia's most prestigious schools. The scandal has provoked a fierce debate in the country.
The Soviets blew up Moscow's once majestic Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Now, its golden cupolas shine again in Moscow. Along the way, it was a site for prestigious communist projects - like a massive swimming pool.
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