The best cartoons of the day, chosen by editors at ThePrint.
The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.
Adam Zyglis takes a jibe at Mark Zuckerberg the UK’s International Grand Committee’s hearing on fake news and disinformation. The hearing, at the Britain House of Commons, was on the allegations of data harvesting in Russia and on the lack of regulatory measures to subdue the reach of hate speeches and racial-discriminatory content on social media.
In The Yorkshire Post, Graeme Bandeira puns on the word “Messi” while reacting to Britsh Prime Minister Theresa May’s statement about winning Brexit, which she said is as impossible as playing Barcelona.
In light of former US President George H.W. Bush’s demise, Marshall Ramsey depicts him as getting united with his late wife, Barbara, who died early this year and late daughter, Robin, who died at the age of 3.
Px Molina on crack down on the Nicaraguan press, initiated by President Daniel Ortega, who is facing growing unrest in the country.
Cartoonist Morten Morland takes a dig at the G20 summit being held in Argentina this week, appearing to suggest that all the 20 global leaders are facing away from the issues that have caused deep divisions over the past few months.
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