The US has expressed displeasure at Snowden's public appearance in Moscow. He says he will try to get to Latin America.
US whistleblower Edward Snowden has praised the European Court of Justice's decision to invalidate a 15-year-old pact allowing data transfers between the US and EU. White House says it's "disappointed" by the verdict.
Bild newspaper says it has seen a document stating that 1.5 million refugees will be coming to Germany. This is grist to the mill of those calling for upper limits on the help Germany provides, fears Naomi Conrad.
The US president has rejected Russia's military action in Syria as a dead-end strategy. President Barack Obama said Moscow risked becoming 'stuck in a quagmire' and strengthening so-called 'Islamic State' (IS).
Edward Snowden has said British spies can hack into mobile phones using text messages. The whistleblower also said he has offered to serve prison time in the US if the country were to let him return from exile in Russia.