epa03274167 A member of a punk-group 'Pussy Riot' Nadezhda Tolokonnikova gestures as she sits in a cage of Tagansky district court, where she delivered to prolong her detention for one more month in Moscow, Russia, 20 June 2012. Feminist punk group Pussy Riot made a cruel 'punk prayer' in Christ the Savior cathedral 21 February, protesting against possible election of Vladimir Putin on the third presidential term and supported him Patriarch Kirill. All three members of the punk group were later arrested, imprisoned and await for a trial. EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV
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