pussy riot trial

The jailed Pussy Riot bandmates are free today under a controversial amnesty, after they were imprisoned for hooliganism
Russia's seeming benevolence towards a man hunted for speaking a truth he felt the world should know, stands in sharp contrast to how it deals with its own citizens who dare to raise their voices. The irony of the Kremlin's tacit acknowledgement that those who speak out on matters of serious public interest deserve protection will not go unnoticed by Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova. It will not be overlooked by scores of people across Russia who find their ability to speak increasingly restricted since Vladimir Putin's return to the presidency.
Katia is now free but worries for her bandmates The Russian activist was speaking via Skype to the audience in Sheffield
The riot girls taught us that young women inside a counter-culture movement don't necessarily get heard until they grab the microphone.
French demonstrators protesting against the jailing of Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot have been arrested - because
Madonna has urged officials in Russia to release imprisoned members of punk band Pussy Riot from prison, branding their two
The members of Russian punk trio Pussy Riot have been sentenced to two years in jail each after being found guilty of "hooliganism
Pussy Riot have been found guilty of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred. The band of three Russian women, Nadezhda
Though many have speculated that Judge Syrova's decision was a foregone conclusion, on Friday 17 August, all eyes will be fixed on Russia to see the fate of the Pussy Rioters.
Protesters plan to wear the punk band's trademark coloured balaclavas "And his statement that this court will be objective