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>> Four members of Pussy Riot have been sentenced to 15 days in jail for a pitch invasion at Sunday's World Cup final in Moscow that disrupted the game for 25 seconds. It was a brazen act by the anti-Kremlin protest group, with Russian President Putin and other high ranking leaders from across the world, watching from the stands.
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> During their court hearing, member Veronika Nikulshina said Russia is for the sad. I don't want it to be like this, she says.
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I like it when it's fun. Pussy Riot are known for clashing with Russia's authorities. In 2012, three of its original members were jailed for staging a protest against Putin in a church, a move that was condemned by the United States and the European Union for being disproportionate, and it was called Putin's personal revenge by the group's supporters.