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Refugee who sheltered Snowden wants family to join her in Canada

A newly arrived refugee who once helped shelter whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong is calling on Canada to welcome others who helped the American fugitive. Vanessa Rodel says five other people, including her daughter's father and her two step-siblings, remain in Hong Kong after their refugee claims were rejected. She says all her fellow members of a group known as Snowden's "Guardian Angels" are like family and says she hopes they can join her in Canada, where she secured refugee status two months ago.

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