Courtney Weaver

Financial Times

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Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times

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Three young Russian women, members of the punk rock group Pussy Riot,  have been sentenced  to two years in prison on charges of committing what a judge called "a flagrant violation of…

Pussy Riot Sentenced to Two Years for Protesting Putin

Three young Russian women, members of the punk rock group Pussy Riot, have been sentenced to two years in prison on charges of committing what a judge called "a flagrant violation of…

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