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Ecuador defiant over Edward Snowden: 'Our dignity has no price'

28 June 2013 Last updated at 04:44 BST

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa said the country had yet to decide whether to admit US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.

The former National Security Agency contractor faces espionage charges in the US. He flew to Moscow last weekend and has requested asylum in Ecuador.

US President Barack Obama has ruled out diplomatic "wheeling and dealing" in attempts to extradite him.

Meanwhile President Correa said that Ecuador would not be bullied over the case by the US. ''Our dignity has no price,'' he added.

Alpa Patel reports.

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