A.M. Links: Snowden To Meet With Human Rights Groups, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Not Backing Down, Plan To Arm Rebels in Syria Delayed


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  • NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is planning to meet with human rights groups today at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.
  • The Obama administration's plan to arm rebels in Syria is being delayed by disagreements between some members of Congress.
  • Somali journalists are not happy about a media law recently approved by government ministers which they say will make it harder to do their jobs.
  • The families of those killed during the Sandy Hook shooting could receive $281,000 each from donations.

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