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Mr Snowden told the US newspaper that he did not take any of the documents because it would not have been in the public interest.
"What would be the unique value of personally carrying another copy of the materials onward," he said.
Some analysts had suggested he was working with Chinese intelligence, while others said he was working with the Russians.
But Mr Snowden rebuffed these claims, saying: "There's a zero per cent chance the Russians or Chinese have received any documents."