The United States has been informed by Hong Kong authorities of Edward Snowden's departure from Hong Kong for a third country, the US Justice Department said.
The Department confirmed that it will seek the co-operation of countries where Snowden maybe heading and will continue its dialogue with Hong Kong.
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