|A Russian court has denied parole to a member of the punk band Pussy Riot currently serving a two-year jail term.
The Age 3 weeks agoAlso reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •9News
|A Russian court is to consider whether one of the jailed Pussy Riot band members is eligible for early release as she has served a half of her two-year sentence.
The Age 3 weeks agoAlso reported by •Sydney Morning Herald
|Madonna looks set to be banned from from Russia, all because she lent her support to the group Pussy Riot. The pop icon voiced her backing for the anti-Vladimir Putin protest group, and she has..|
The Inquisitr on April 17, 2013
|Jailed Pussy Riot performer Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, serving a two-year sentence in a Russian prison camp, has asked to be released on parole, Russian media quoted her lawyer as saying.|
The Age on March 7, 2013Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald
9News on March 3, 2013
|Russia has moved to ban videos by Pussy Riot punks as extremist after a court rejected a complaint by a freed member of the band, paving the way for the possible blocking of websites. It is an offence..|
Sydney Morning Herald on January 31, 2013Also reported by •Brisbane Times
|Russian court rules that Pussy Riot performances on YouTube constitute "extremist" material.|
The Age on January 30, 2013