Bangladesh blogger Asif Mohiuddin tells DW about the ban on his blog, once among the country's most read, and what he will do next.
Ethiopian press freedom gained a much-needed push thanks to reforms by prime minister Abiy Ahmed. But already the push back is occurring.
Bangladeshi authorities have blocked more than 20,000 websites as part of an "anti-pornography" campaign. The move has been criticized by many internet users and experts as a step toward widespread censorship.
Since 2013, Islamist assailants wielding machetes and knives have killed more than 30 people in Bangladesh. The targeted attacks on liberal bloggers, freethinkers and atheists have created a climate of repression.
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