HONG KONG — Hong Kong was silent Saturday about whether Edward Snowden should be extradited to the United States now that Washington has charged him with espionage, but some legislators said the decision should be up to the Chinese government.
A giant TV screen in a Kong Kong shopping district shows a news report on Edward Snowden on Saturday. (AP Photo)
Snowden, believed to be holed up in Hong Kong, has admitted providing information to the news media about two highly classified National Security Agency surveillance programmes.
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