Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

News

RTX12QLV
Britain Detains Partner of Journalist Linked to Snowden - 22 Aug 2913
Images of the partner of a journalist with close links to Edward Snowden, David Miranda, who was detained on Sunday by British authorities as he passed through London’s Heathrow airport. The British authorities can sift through documents seized from the partner of a reporter to protect national security and investigate any possible links to terrorism, a court ruled on Thursday.
BRITAIN-SNOWDEN/MIRANDA
RTX12QL6
August 19, 2013
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (L) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
U.S. journalist Greenwald walks with his partner Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (L) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport August 19, 2013. British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain Miranda, the partner of Greenwald, who has close links to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport. The 28-year-old Miranda, a Brazilian citizen and partner of Greenwald who writes for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was questioned for nine hours before being released without charge, a report on the Guardian website said. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY MEDIA)
BRITAIN-SNOWDEN/MIRANDA
RTX12QLD
August 19, 2013
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (front L) embraces his partner David Miranda upon his arrival at Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
U.S. journalist Greenwald embraces his partner Miranda upon his arrival at Rio de Janeiro's International...
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (front L) embraces his partner David Miranda upon his arrival at Rio de Janeiro's International Airport August 19, 2013. British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain Miranda, the partner of Greenwald, who has close links to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport. The 28-year-old Miranda, a Brazilian citizen and partner of Greenwald who writes for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was questioned for nine hours before being released without charge, a report on the Guardian website said. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN-SNOWDEN/MIRANDA
RTX12QLK
August 19, 2013
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (C) looks on as his partner David Miranda (R) talks with the media after...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
U.S. journalist Greenwald looks on as his partner Miranda talks with the media after arriving at Rio...
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald (C) looks on as his partner David Miranda (R) talks with the media after arriving at Rio de Janeiro's International Airport August 19, 2013. British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain Miranda, the partner of Greenwald, who has close links to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport. The 28-year-old Miranda, a Brazilian citizen and partner of Greenwald who writes for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was questioned for nine hours before being released without charge, a report on the Guardian website said.. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN-SNOWDEN/MIRANDA
RTX12QLF
August 19, 2013
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald stands with his partner David Miranda as they wait for the lift at Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald stands with his partner David Miranda as they wait for the lift at Rio...
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald stands with his partner David Miranda as they wait for the lift at Rio de Janeiro's International Airport August 19, 2013. British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain Miranda, the partner of Greenwald who has close links to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport. The 28-year-old Miranda, a Brazilian citizen and partner of Greenwald who writes for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was questioned for nine hours before being released without charge, a report on the Guardian website said.. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN-SNOWDEN/MIRANDA
RTX12QLO
August 19, 2013
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner David Miranda talks to the media at Rio de Janeiro's International...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner David Miranda talks to the media at Rio de Janeiro's International...
U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner David Miranda talks to the media at Rio de Janeiro's International Airport August 19, 2013. British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain Miranda, the partner of Greenwald, who has close links to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport. The 28-year-old Miranda, a Brazilian citizen and partner of Greenwald who writes for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was questioned for nine hours before being released without charge, a report on the Guardian website said. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT MEDIA)
SECURITY/MIRANDA
RTX12T71
August 22, 2013
Gwendolen Morgan, the lawyer for David Miranda makes a statement to members of the media outside the...
London, United Kingdom
Lawyer Gwendolen Morgan makes a statement outside the High Court in London
Gwendolen Morgan, the lawyer for David Miranda makes a statement to members of the media outside the High Court in London August 22, 2013. The British authorities can sift through documents seized from the partner of a reporter who wrote about the leaks by Edward Snowden to protect national security and investigate any possible links to terrorism, a court ruled on Thursday. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1