(FILES) This file photo taken on June 13, 2013 shows a woman walking past an edition of the South China Morning Post carrying the story of US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden (R) on its front page in Hong Kong. / AFP / Philippe LOPEZ
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U.S. intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden sought shelter among Hong Kong refugees after he leaked a huge trove of secret documents in the southern Chinese city, reports said Wednesday.Many of Hong Kong's refugees are forced to live in slum-like conditions, the last place anyone would look for one of the highest-profile U.S. fugitives.The 33-year-old stayed with at least four refugees, according to a New York Times report. It added they were all clients of lawyer Robert Tibbo, who helped hide Snowden.
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