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Global Politics

Edward Snowden is OK with what he's given up to start a debate on surveillance

Washington Post contributor Barton Gellman sat down with Edward Snowden in Moscow for a 14 hour interview, recently. It was the former NSA contractor's first major interview since he was granted asylum in Russia. Gellman describes Snowden as something of a shut-in who doesn't mind living alone in his Moscow residence, now that he's sparked an international debate on surveillance.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the hometown of the top ranked women's tennis player in the world, Jelena Jankovic. Jelana was born in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.

Conflict & Justice

Traffic safety

A global conference on road safety is being held in Moscow to discuss ways of tackling one of the world's biggest killers: traffic accidents. The World's Laura Lynch takes us to Ghana where car accidents have become a public health crisis.

Global Politics

Russia's World Cup hopes

FIFA is expected to announce the winner Thursday. As Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow, the competition is heating up as Russia kicks soccer balls at England's bid and English officials face corruption charges.