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Russia's Prosecution of Punk Band Signals a Shift

Moscow : Russia | Jul 20, 2012 at 5:19 PM PDT
Source: Newyork Times
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Instead, the case of the young punk rockers, whose group is called Pussy Riot, is becoming a bellwether event in the Russian capital, signaling an end to the chilly tolerance the Kremlin displayed in response to the winter's large demonstrations. The three women arrested after the performance have... FULL ARTICLE AT Newyork Times
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