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Topic - Hans-Christian Stroebele
Edward Snowden, who fled the United States and obtained asylum in Russia after leaking sensitive National Security Agency information, said that he's more than willing to help Germany's investigation into America's snooping, a German lawmaker reported Friday.
Stroebele said he met Edward Snowden in Moscow on Thursday, and that the National Security Agency leaker is prepared to help Germany investigate allegations of surveillance by U.S. intelligence.
Opposition Greens lawmaker Hans-Christian Stroebele said he met with Snowden in Moscow on Thursday and that he was prepared to travel to Germany to testify.