cameron is thinking i call david cameron. >> suarez: earlier today russian president vladimir putin said he had no intention of extraditing snowden. >> if he would want to go anywhere and someone will accept him, he's welcome to go. if he wishes to stay here, then we have one condition. he must stop his work aimed at harming our american partners although it sounds very strange coming from me. >> suarez: later today the news agency reported snowden has applied for politica plit asylun russia. >> suarez: routers reported that snowden in a letter to the government of ecuador says he remains free to make disclosures and says the u.s. was illegally persecuting him. now, two views. david ignatius is a columnist for the "washington post" and writes extensively about intelligence and national and thomas kleine-brockhoff is a resident fellow at the german marshall fund, a non-government organization aimed at strengthening transatlantic cooperation. david ignatius, you heard two top american officials basically say two slightly different versions of, well, everybody does it. does everybody do it?
straight sets to capture the crown. today, murray visited 10 downing street to meet with david cameron, the prime minister. he and the scottish first minister witnessed the historic win yesterday. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to gwen. we return again to egypt, where the country saw its deadliest day of violence since the ouster of president mohamed morsi last week. more than 50 people were killed in one incident in cairo. the shooting began just before dawn. thousands of muslim brotherhood supporters were camped outside an army barracks where former president mohammed morsi has reportedly been held since the military ousted him last week. it was a peaceful sit-in until this morning, and then gunfire erupted as people awoke for morning prayers. >> ( translated ): i woke up after the prayer and i heard shots, then the firing started from the presidential guard side. >> ifill: a wounded soldier said protesters fired the first shots. >> we were there to ensure the safety of the people. when we were there, they started firing at us and throwing molotov cockta
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