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  1. StalinGulag Twitter page

    Secretive Russian blogger StalinGulag reveals identity

  2. Uzbek blogger Davronbek Tojialiyev looks at his tablet during an interview with Reuters in Tashkent

    Uzbek bloggers test - and hit - the limits of new-found freedom

    When Uzbek authorities detained several online activists in September, blogger Davronbek Tojialiyev packed some clothes in a bag and waited for ...
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    Singapore diplomat hits back at The Economist again

    High Commissioner to the UK Foo Chi Hsia says Singapore's laws on contempt do not prevent fair criticisms of court judgements, contrary to ...
  4. amos yee Sep 29

    Teen blogger Amos Yee granted US asylum

    Immigration judge Samuel Cole concluded that the Singapore Government "persecuted Amos Yee on account of his political opinion", according to the ...
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    Han Hui Hui says sorry over ‘contemptuous material’ in posts

    A video published on the blogger’s YouTube account and posts on her Facebook account had accused the Singapore Courts of being politically ...
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    Han Hui Hui's allegations of prison treatment 'baseless and false': MHA

    The blogger had written in a Feb 23 post that she was strip searched in view of male officers and that she was not given toilet paper.
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    Amos Yee’s US asylum application could take years: Lawyers

    The teen blogger’s first asylum hearing will take place on Jan 30, according to the law firm representing him.
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    Amos Yee detained in the US, 'seeking political asylum', his mother says

    "The matter is now with his lawyers," his mother Mary Toh said in a Facebook post.
  9. Vietnam blogger protest Nguyen Huu Vinh

    Vietnam slashes jail term for dissident blogger

    Nguyen Dinh Ngoc is one of scores of activists and bloggers behind bars in Vietnam, which has one of the worst press freedom rankings in the world.