World Pussy Riot members who disrupted WCup re-arrested in Moscow

11:45  31 july  2018
11:45  31 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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MOSCOW – Four members of the Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot who disrupted the World Cup final have been detained just after being released from jail in Moscow .

Four members of the Russian activist group Pussy Riot who disrupted the World Cup final in Moscow say they have been detained again, just as they walked free from prison after serving a 15-day sentence.

MOSCOW — Four members of the Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot who disrupted the World Cup final have been detained just after being released from jail in Moscow.

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A Moscow city court upheld the arrest of Pussy Riot members who barged onto the pitch during the World Cup final, at a hearing in the Russian capital on

Just after the second half of yesterday's World Cup final between France and Croatia had begun, four people dressed in Russian police uniforms briefly disrupted the game. The Khamovnichesky court is the same at which three Pussy Riot members — Maria Alyokhina, Yekaterina Samutsevich and

Three female activists were clearly surprised when they walked out of a Moscow detention center Monday evening and were re-arrested. Pyotr Verzilov, the fourth protester, said on Twitter that he was also detained again and was going to be held overnight.

He tweeted, "What a turn of events!"

The four activists had just served 15-day sentences for the World Cup protest. It was unclear what prompted the new detentions.

The activists dressed in police uniform and ran onto the soccer field to briefly disrupt the match between France and Croatia. Pussy Riot said they were protesting policing powers and demanding reforms in Russia.

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