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We use cookies to improve our service for you. You can find more information in our data protection declaration. Two members of the Russian protest group have won an appeal on their asylum claim in Sweden. The couple said they had received death threats and feared arrest if forced to return to Moscow.

Sweden grants asylum to 2 Pussy Riot activists

Pussy Riot Activists Granted Asylum in Sweden - The Moscow Times

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Two Pussy Riot Members Given Political Asylum By Sweden

Artist Lusine Dzhanyan and her partner Alexei Knedlyakovsky have sought asylum for themselves and their two children in Sweden since , saying they had received harassment and death threats in their home country. Knedlyakovsky was jailed for 15 days in for hanging a cross on a statue depicting the head of the FSB, Russia's security service. Three of its members spent almost two years in a prison colony for the controversial performance and were awarded damages by a European human rights court last year. It reclaimed notoriety last year after four of its members stormed the field during the FIFA World Cup final in Russia dressed as police to demand freedom of expression. One of them, Pyotr Verzilov, was hospitalized in Moscow and flown to Germany after suddenly losing his sight, hearing and mobility.
Lusine Djanyan and Aleksei Knedlyakovsky and their two children were granted asylum on April 30 after appealing an initial decision by Sweden's Immigration Office that rejected their asylum request. The couple cited harassment and death threats in Russia based on their protest actions and antigovernment songs at concerts. Knedlyakovsky was jailed in Russia for 15 days in after hanging a cross on a statue depicting the chief of the Russian FSB security service. Pussy Riot rose to fame in August when three of its members were sentenced to two years in prison for "hooliganism and religious hatred" after performing a song critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a central Moscow church. The group has had numerous members take part in its protests over the years, many of them anonymously.