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Superhero Priya fights injustice along with her trusted tiger Sahas.

Superhero Priya tries to rescue New Delhi from air pollution on Earth Day


India’s first female comic superhero has previously tackled issues like masking up during COVID-19, surviving assault, trafficking and acid attacks. On Earth Day, Priya has returned — astride her faithful flying tiger — to show young children the power of collective action in tackling air pollution.

Social media accounts of LGBTQ student groups and feminist activists have been shut down in China.

Feminist activists in China speak out against online censorship despite government pushback

Lifestyle & Belief
A 1988 polychrome resin sculpture is displayed of the comic character Tintin and his dog snowy

A radio personality drew popular cartoon Tintin into Bangladesh scenes while quarantining — to the delight of fans

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A man is shown sitting cross-legged with dozens of cartoons on the floor all around him.

Pedro Molina’s fight for fair elections in Nicaragua through cartoons

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Animation of girl with blonde hair holding a bird and girl with orange hair watching, while sitting on a tree branch

Oscar-nominated ‘Wolfwalkers’ blends environmental, spiritual history of Ireland

Arts, Culture & Media
A cartoon depicts a person in a blue suit pointing to a sign to a person in a gray suit

In today’s Germany, a new book makes fun of anti-Semitism through cartoons

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Anti-Semitism is still a big problem in Germany. A new book called “#Antisemitismus für Anfänger” or “#Anti-Semitism for Beginners” uses humor to explore the topic.

A devil cartoon sits on shoulder of cartoon image of a president with Arabic script.

No joke! How two cartoonists spurred revolution during the Arab uprisings.

Global Cartoons

Syria’s Ali Ferzat and Egypt’s Mohamed Anwar radically departed from long-established rules about how to depict their leaders. Their images served as a catalyst for massive uprisings that swept across the Middle East and North Africa in 2011.

Two men blow up a red and blue balloon

How political cartoonists worldwide see a ‘fractured states of America’

Global Cartoons

As the world waits for results from the hotly contested 2020 US presidential election, how are political cartoonists from around the globe responding to the drama? 

A woman mourns the death of cartoonist Joaquin Salvador Lavado, also known as Quino, who died yesterday at the age of 88, as flowers and tributes are seen next to sculptures of comic characters Mafalda, Susanita, and Manolito, created by him, in Buenos Ai

Remembering Quino, creator of Latin America’s beloved ‘Mafalda’ comic strip

Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known by his pen name, Quino — the creator of Latin America’s most beloved comic strip — died last Wednesday in his home of Mendoza, Argentina, at 88.

Secondary school students play in the courtyard at the College Henri Matisse school during its reopening in Nice as French children return to their schools after the summer break.

European students return to class; King Salman sacks Saudi commander; Hotel Rwanda figure arrested abroad

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With summer break coming to an end, schools across Europe are reopening. Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has sacked the commander of his country’s troops in Yemen. And Paul Rusesabagina, who helped hundreds of his countrymen survive the Rwandan genocide, was arrested on terror-related offenses.