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Refugees Who Sheltered Edward Snowden Are Given Asylum in Canada

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 26 March 2019 ()
A Filipino woman and her daughter arrived in Toronto, while five others who allowed the former National Security Agency contractor into their Hong Kong homes are awaiting decisions.
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News video: Woman who sheltered Snowden granted asylum in Canada

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Vanessa Mae Bondalian Rodel, a woman who helped shelter former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, spoke after she was granted asylum in Canada. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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