Pussy Riot have 'no regrets' about anti-Putin protest

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Members of the Russian feminist band 'Pussy Riot' have told the BBC they have no regrets about their anti-Putin protest earlier this year.

Three members of the band will find out this week if they will be jailed for singing a protest song against President Putin in Moscow's main cathedral.

The women face up to three years in prison if convicted.

Daniel Sandford reports.

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