The United States on Friday accused Hong Kong's government of acting in bad faith over US fugitive Edward Snowden and warned of repercussions, angrily rejecting the city's defence that it did everything by the book.
This image recorded on June 6, 2013 shows Edward Snowden speaking during an interview with The Guardian at an undisclosed location in Hong Kong. Snowden spent a fourth day at a Moscow airport on Wednesday with his travel plans still a mystery as Ecuador warned it could take months to consider his asylum request.
US envoy Stephen Young also said China was guilty of "misbehaviour" over the former NSA contractor's abrupt departure from Hong Kong last Sunday, but said the territory itself would bear the brunt of Washington's displeasure.
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