Two members of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot said world attention helped ease their captivity in a prison system they now aim to change. "The prison system hated us, they wanted us to die," said Nadya Tolokonnikova, who served 16 months in a ... USA Today, 4 days ago
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Coverage of the G20 summit in Brisbane at the weekend centred on the "frosty" reception given to the Russian president Vladimir Putin by other leaders because Russia's . Never mind the Australian summer heat, Putin received a "Siberian" blast.Amnesty International UK, 6 days ago
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11:40 22/10/2014 ST. PETERSBURG, October 22 (RAPSI) - Russia's Constitutional Court has dismissed an application filed by Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova seeking to revise an article of the Criminal Code on hooliganism, a charge for which ...RAPSI, 1 month ago
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