Yekaterina Samutsevich was one of three members of the punk group Pussy Riot to spend time in a Russian penal colony after performing an anti-Putin song in Moscow's Christ the Saviour cathedral. This article was originally published byMediaZona, ... Moscow Times, 1 month ago
Prisons are new focus for Pussy Riot - USA Today, 2 months ago
17:14 19/12/2014 MOSCOW, December 19 (RAPSI) The Moscow City Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by Pussy Riot member Yekaterina Samutsevich against her former attorneys Mark Feygin, Nikolai Polozov and Violetta Volkova, RAPSI ...RAPSI, 1 month ago
The German court of Cologne began the trial relative to the Femen activists, which in the past year undressed on the altar of Cologne Cathedral during Christmas mass. in the early winter of 2013 it was announced that Josefin Witt (Josephine Witt) ...RIN.ru, 1 month ago
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, 2 months ago
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