Madeline Earp

Freedom House

Guest

Researcher at Freedom House, focusing on journalism and online activism in Asia 

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Yesterday, masked men armed with machetes hacked a blogger to death in Sylhet. Three secular or atheist bloggers have been murdered recently in Bangladesh — a majority Muslim country.

Free Speech Crisis and Bangladeshi Bloggers

Yesterday, masked men armed with machetes hacked a blogger to death in Sylhet. Three secular or atheist bloggers have been murdered recently in Bangladesh — a majority Muslim country.

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