Pussy Riot: ‘panic among Russian society’ as Putin gathers more recruits

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Pussy riot: 'panic among russian society' as putin gathers more recruits

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “Pussy Riot: ‘panic among Russian society’ as Putin gathers more recruits” – below is their description.

Pussy Riot are a Russian feminist protest collective and band who have campaigned against the Putin regime for more than a decade.

They are currently on tour of the U.K. raising money for Ukraine performing a show that charts their movement from their first demonstrations to their notorious imprisonment over a decade ago for charges ranging from hooliganism motivated by religious hatred to undermining social order.

Cathy Newman spoke to them on tour at the Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury and began by asking how worried are Russians about their husbands, sons, brothers having to go to war?

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