• Cartoon: Not Me
    Cartoon: Not Me

    In this cartoon Tayo Fatunla (Nigeria) points out that the current religion-fueled violence in Nigeria is not related to cartoons, unlike the religious protests in 2006 over Danish cartoons depicting the Islamic prophet Mohammad.

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  • Police: Part of the Regime
    Cartoon: Part of the Regime

    Today’s cartoon comes to us from Osvaldo Gutierrez Gomez (Cuba). From Cartoon Movement’s project 360 Degrees on the theme “The police – part of the people or part of the power (and why)?”

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  • Cartoon Puzzle
    Cartoon: Puzzle

    Repression of the press is a puzzle, and the pieces can take many forms: outright censorship by the state is one form, but the latest arrest of four Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt might be considered another. Cartoon by Ángel Ramiro Zapata Mora (Colombia).

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    Cartoon: Egypt Warming to Russia

    Today’s cartoon from Ramzy Taweel (Palestine) takes a look at the recent visit to Egypt by Russia’s defense and foreign ministers, which is seen as an attempt by both countries to assert themselves amid a Middle East power vacuum.

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    Cartoon: Metamorphosis

    RCD – Former Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali‘s political party – was dissolved in 2011 after the revolution. Here is Tunisian political cartoonist Tawfiq Omrane’s take on the RCD’s transformation and “comeback”.

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