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December 23 2013

Pussy Riot Members Freed From Prison
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Two members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot have been freed from prison early under new amnesty law, the BBC reports

An earlier report erroneously pegged their release date to Dec. 19, but Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina were in fact released on Monday, Dec. 23

The two women, along with third band member Ekaterina Samutsevich, were jailed in August 2012 after performing a protest punk concert in the main Moscow cathedral in February

They were found guilty of "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred." Samutsevich was released in October 2012, while the other two were due to be released in March 2014 Read more...

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December 18 2013

Russia Amnesty Bill Could Free Jailed Pussy Riot Members
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Just a few months before the end of their two-year prison sentences, two jailed members of the Russian punk rock band Pussy Riot could be released from jail as Russia's parliament approved a sweeping amnesty bill.

Duma, the country's lower house of parliament, voted unanimously in favor of the bill on Wednesday, The Guardian reported. The bill was approved three consecutive times, as Russian law requires.

The bill, proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin and timed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the adoption of Russia's constitution, will grant amnesty to first-time offenders, minors and women with small children. The two Pussy Riot members, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina, fall into the latter category. It could free as many as 20,000 to 22,000 people, per Bloomberg, including the band members. Read more...

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August 17 2012

Listen to Pussy Riot’s New Anti-Putin Song


Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist anti-Putin punk rock band, issued a new single on Friday as three of its members were sentenced to two years in jail for "hooliganism."

The song, entitled Putin Lights the Fires, was released by The Guardian. You can listen to the new song, along with a video montage of the band, below.

SEE ALSO: Russian Judge Hands Pussy Riot Members Two Year Sentence

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Kasparov Jailed as Russian Punk Rock Band Pussy Riot Found Guilty


Russian Punk Rock Band Pussy Riot was found guilty of "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred" by a Russian Court, according to a report from The Guardian UK.

Three members of the 10 women band were arrested last February after performing a "Punk Prayer" inside the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow.

The activist band was formed in 2011 following then-Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir's Putin's announcement that he would seek a third term as president. They chose the church because of its support for Putin.

On July 30 the three young women, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alekhina, and Yekaterina Samutsevich, all pleaded not guilty to the charges, but did apologize for…
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