Each year, DW's Bob awards honor excellence in online activism. This year's winners include India's Stop Acid Attacks, a website that documents violence against women, and Bangladesh's Razor's Edge, which profiles violence against bloggers.
Projects from India, Bangladesh, Iran and Germany have won top honors at DW's annual contest The Bobs - Best of Online Activism. All of the projects aim to support oppressed people around the world.
The winners of the 2016 Bobs - DW's award for online activism - have been honored in Bonn. The ceremony highlighted the accomplishments of each project and included a guest star.
A Bangladeshi publisher who worked with atheist writers has been hacked to death in the capital Dhaka. The killing follows a spate of attacks on atheist and secular bloggers in the Asian country.
After the murders of four atheist bloggers this year, Shammi Haque fears for her life. In a DW interview, the blogger explains why freedom of speech is at stake in Bangladesh.
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