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Group of people who helped Snowden U.S. could be deported from Hong Kong

Four asylum seekers who harbored NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden as he hid out in Hong Kong in 2013 have had their claims rejected. The group now face deportation, their lawyer said Monday.

The people who helped Snowden flee the U.S. could be deported from Hong Kong – VICE News
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Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated

These observations were made at the inauguration ceremony of the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi yesterday, as the final phase of the celebrations organized to mark the Vesak 2017 by the High Commission of Sri Lanka.

Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
Historic Indo – Sri Lanka cultural bridges rekindled as the first ever Vesak Pandal in New Delhi is inaugurated
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