1. Snowden

    Greenwald: I'll Publish U.K. Secrets

    U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (L) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport August 19, 2013. British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain Miranda, the partner of Greenwald, who has close links to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport. The 28-year-old Miranda, a Brazilian citizen and partner of Greenwald who writes for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was questioned for nine hours before being released without charge, a report on the Guardian website said.

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    Journalist Glenn Greenwald said he’ll be releasing more classified documents about Britain after his partner, David Miranda, was detained and questioned for nine hours at Heathrow Airport. “I will be far more aggressive in my reporting from now. I am going to publish many more documents. I am going to publish things on England too. I have many documents on England’s spy system. I think they will be sorry for what they did,” Greenwald said at Rio’s airport, where he was meeting his partner. Miranda said that six British agents questioned him for nine hours and only returned his passport—though not his laptop or phone—when he began yelling in the airport lounge. Greenwald, who lives in Brazil with Miranda, said it was an attempt to “intimidate our journalism.”

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