US JOURNALIST GLENN GREENWALD APPEARING IN A BRAZILIAN SENATE COMMITTEE DUE ESPIONAGE INVESTIGATIONS
epa03903771 Glenn Greenwald, US journalist from British The Guardian, who first published the documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, testifies in front of the Brazilian Federal Senate's Parliamentary Inquiry Committee, established to investigate allegations of spying by United States on Brazil, in Brasilia, Brazil, on 09 October 2013. EPA/FERNANDO BIZERRA JR
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