1 July 2013 Last updated at 11:30 ET
Russia's Putin tells Snowden to stop US secrets leak

US spy leaks

Russian President Vladimir Putin has told fugitive former CIA-analyst Edward Snowden to stop leaking US secrets if he wants to remain in the country.
He said Moscow had never extradited anyone before and "has no intention to do so", adding Mr Snowden was free to go if granted asylum elsewhere.
Edward Snowden, 30, is believed to be holed up in a Moscow airport hotel.
The US wants to prosecute him over the leaking of thousands of classified intelligence documents.
The leaks have led to revelations that the US is systematically seizing vast amounts of phone and web data under an NSA programme known as Prism.
This weekend, Germany's Der Spiegel newspaper and Britain's The Guardian newspaper, publicised allegations that the US has been spying on its EU allies.