Russian band Pussy Riot 'would protest again' despite trial


Three members of Russia's female punk band Pussy Riot will find out this week whether they will be jailed for performing a protest song against Vladimir Putin in Moscow's main cathedral in March.

Although their case has attracted high-profile international support from stars such as Madonna and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, the women face up to three years in prison if convicted.

Fellow members of the group told the BBC's Daniel Sandford that they would do it all again.

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