A blogger is a person who keeps a Web log or 'blog' or publishes an online diary.
This personal chronological log of thoughts published on a Web page; also called Weblog has been growing in popularity since the end of the 1990s. Typically updated daily, blogs often reflect the personality of the author, but these platforms also encourage interaction and discussion with others. Bloggers cover most areas from fashion and beauty to politics. Since 2004 Deutsche Welle with its "BoB Award" has honored bloggers who creatively and courageously stand up for freedom of opinion and equality. This is an automatic compilation of DW content pertaining to "blogger".
The popular blogger, who had previously interviewed dissident Alexei Navalny, was hospitalized with facial lacerations and a possible brain injury. He was allegedly attacked by two unknown men in front of his home.
Bangladesh is his motherland, Germany his fatherland. After receiving death threats, former blogger Mahmudul Haque Munshi tells DW how he overcame death threats and his deepest fears and started a new life in Germany.
Rights groups are urging Bangladeshi authorities to withdraw all charges against blogger Asad Noor, restore his passport and end harassment of his family members. Noor fled to India after multiple threats to his life.
Sahar Arrayeh grew up in the UK and studied in Saudi Arabia. She never felt a connection to Sudan – until an eye-opening visit gave her an idea that would shape her future. Today she is a fashion blogger, photographer and the head designer of the Nefisa Project.
US blogger Cynthia Ritchie has unleashed a political storm in Pakistan by accusing a former interior minister of raping her. In a DW interview, she explains why speaking out against sexual harassment is important.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the House of Commons have tried all the tricks in fighting for their interests in the Brexit battle. But who wants what? Our guests: Vendeline v. Bredow (Economist), Derek Scally (Irish Times), Jon Worth (Blogger)