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    Cartoon: Legitimate Anger?

    Outraged by the spying practices of the NSA, tech giants Google and Facebook have been calling for substantial reform and more transparency. Political cartoonist Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands) takes a closer look.

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    Cartoon: North Korea

    Political cartoonist Marian Kamensky (Austria) takes a look North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and his disruption of the country’s longstanding power structure.

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    Cartoon: Putin and Pussy Riot

    Today’s cartoon comes to us from Marian Kamensky (Austria). Russia’s Supreme Court has ordered a review of the case against two jailed members of the Pussy Riot punk band saying that a lower court did not fully prove their guilt.

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    Cartoon: Fairy Tales

    “The Geneva agreement.” Today’s cartoon is by Shlomo Cohen (Israel). Sampsonia Way’s Cartoons section features cartoonists from around the world whose work offers unique political and social commentary, as well as sharp wit.

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    Cartoon: Crazy Climate

    Today’s cartoon is by Pedro X. Molina (Nicaragua). Sampsonia Way’s Cartoons section features cartoonists from around the world whose work offers unique political and social commentary, as well as sharp wit.

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    Cartoon: Writer’s Block

    Today we launch our new Cartoons section with a piece from Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Saba’aneh. The Cartoons section features cartoonists from around the world whose work offers unique political and social commentary, as well as sharp wit.

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    Day to End Impunity: Egyptian Cartoonist Doaa Eladl

    This month the International Day to End Impunity campaign featured the case of Egyptian cartoonist Doaa Eladl. Eladl has been threatened for her popular cartoons decrying religious fundamentalism and sexual harassment. Read a profile and a video interview with the Doaa Eladl.

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    Amplifying the Ludicrous

    Bina Shah speaks with Canadian-Pakistani political cartoonist Shahid Mahmood. His work has been censored in Pakistan and he has received death threats from the Taliban. Mahmood gained notoriety in 2004 when he was stopped from boarding a plane for appearing on a “no-fly”list.

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    Freedom of Speech Roundup

    This week, an anti-Islamist film ignited violent protests across the Arab world; Freedom Theater co-founder Zakaria Zubeidi to begin death fast until he is released from a Palestinian prison; Aseem Trivedi jailed for cartoon mocking Indian government.

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