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Source: Newyork Times
Moscow : Russia | almost 2 years ago  
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...
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