Whistleblower Edward Snowden has told NBC News he is "comfortable" with his actions in revealing details of the US National Security Agency's surveillance programme.
However Snowden, who is now living in exile in Russia, admitted he does feel a "sense of loss" at not being able to return to the US.
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