Just last week, two members of Pussy Riot were arrested in Sochi, the location of the 2014 Olympics, because they were accused of a hotel theft. Now Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alekhina have been arrested for a second time. The Voice Project reports that they were two out of 100 people detained outside of a Moscow court. They had been protesting the trial of eight opponents of Russia's current President, Vladimir Putin. All eight of them were found guilty and are serving up to four years in prison.

The day after they were arrested in Sochi, the activist collective released a music video titled 'Putin Will Teach You to Love the Motherland'. Shortly after its filming, the Cossacks militia carried out a violent retaliation against them using whips. Now that the Olympics are over, it seems like things are back to "normal" for Russia - not that it's a good thing.

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