No sign of Snowden on Moscow-Havana flight: witnesses
MOSCOW (Reuters) - There was no sign that former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden was onboard a Russian plane bound for Cuba as it prepared to take off on Monday, a Reuters correspondent on the plane said.
A flight attendant said Snowden was not on the plane and the seat he had been expected to occupy was taken by another passenger.
(Reporting by Ekaterina Golubkova and Lidia Kelly, Writing by Timothy Heritage, Editing by Elizabeth Piper)
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