The World’s Patrick Winn spoke with Nigel Ng, "Uncle Roger," about foodies, cultural appropriation and the universality of the grumpy uncle.
Allan Manuel’s never-before-seen photos reveal much about vibrant life on the Korean peninsula in a time of overwhelming death — and when most were certainly suffering.
Zapiro has spent more than two decades drawing the scandals and peccadillos of Jacob Zuma — and been sued along the way.
Karl reMarks talks about his upcoming book, "And Then God Created the Middle East and Said 'Let There Be Breaking News'" and tells us his views on Western media covering the Middle East.
From exile, Venezuelan political cartoonists draw the drama playing out in their home country where two people, Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó, claim to be the nation's leader.
If you’re among those who feel press coverage of Russia has an unhealthy fascination with all things Vladimir Putin, then enter artist Victoria Lomasko’s “Other Russias” to the rescue. Lomasko is out to capture Russian stories that most of us never see.
An anonymous satirist has created four characters who speak to the tragedy of Syria.
Bassem Youssef was once called the "Jon Stewart of Egypt." Now the comedian is looking for American fans.
Satirists love US President Donald Trump and his journey to Europe and Britain has provided a non-stop supply of comments, gestures and tweets for satirists to lampoon.
Vlogger Shadi Abu Zeid was neither taken to a local police department nor charged in a civilian court. His whereabouts remained unknown for more than a day, until Monday evening, when his sister posted online that he had appeared at a state security prosecutor’s hearing in Cairo.
Charges against Ramón Esono Ebalé were dropped on February 27th. It wasn't until March 8th that he was released from the infamous Black Beach prison in Equatorial Guinea.