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Pussy Riot member leaves Russia disguised as delivery courier
Maria Alyokhina was sentenced to one year restricted movement last year while protesting in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
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Column: Social media and the Streisand Effect – who dictates popular discourse today?
Guess what? Traditional media no longer gets to dictate we can (or should) care about – as Panti Bliss, Pussy Riot and a host of other activists and individuals have proved, writes Lisa McInerney.
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Jailed Pussy Riot member ends hunger strike
Maria Alyokhina has announced an end to her hunger strike after 11 days as the prison has met her demands.
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Jailed Pussy Riot member to go on hunger strike
The 24-year-old is one of two members of the opposition punk band serving two years in remote prison camps over an anti-Kremlin stunt in a church last year.
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Russia frees one Pussy Riot member, keeps two in jail
Yekaterina Samutsevich was judged not to have had an actual involvement in the “punk prayer” performance at a Moscow cathedral in March.
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Pussy Riot trial reaction: band members' conviction criticised by EU, US
Two-year sentence for hooliganism conviction criticised as ‘disproportionate’ and impacting on freedom of expression.
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Pussy Riot members sentenced to two years in prison
Three band members of the feminist punk group have been found guilty of “hoolganism motivated by religious hatred”.
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'The whole world sees the case against us has been fabricated' - closing statements at Pussy Riot trial
The women face three years in prison on charges of hooliganism for bursting into a Moscow cathedral to stage an anti-Putin protest.
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Russia: Deputy PM slams Madonna on Twitter for Pussy Riot support
Dmitry Rogozin accused the singer of moral lecturing, adding: “Either take off the cross or put on pants”.