Pussy Riot have released a new video protesting against the three-and-a-half-year suspended sentence meted out to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and the non-suspended one of the same length given to his brother, Oleg.
The pair were found guilty of stealing £334,000 from French cosmetics company Yves Rocher – charges they strenuously deny.
‘Witches Of Pussy Riot Clean Manezh’ finds the currently 11-piece outfit parading around Manezh Square dressed in evening attire.
Alexei is in more trouble having been arrested last night at a pro-democracy rally in Moscow which, despite it being -10, was attended by 2,000 people.
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It was shot in Banksy's Dismaland and packs a serious anti-government punchRead More
A fitting location when the Russian activists address Sziget Festival.Read More
Authorities have finally revealed the location of Nadezhda TolokonnikovaRead More
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Hot Press editor says it might be the only effective method of protest.Read More
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Russian punk band go on trial...Read More