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A middle-east crisis as a set of royals bow out

The best cartoons of the week.

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

In today’s featured cartoon Adam Zyglis takes a dig at Hassan Rouhani’s missile attacks on US air bases in Iraq Wednesday in response to Qassem Soleimani’s assassination.

Richard Codor | Cartoon Movement
Richard Codor | Cartoon Movement

Richard Codor on the Australian government’s handling of the bush fire crisis.

Dave Brown | The Independent
Dave Brown | The Independent

Dave Brown makes a pun on golf in light of the recent events between US and Iran, as the Gulf becomes a region of growing tensions.

Jonesy Cartoons | Prospect Magazine
@jonesycartoons | Prospect Magazine

The cartoonist attempts to throw light on the situation in the British Royal family after Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle decided to step down from their role as senior royals.

Bob Moran | The Political Cartoon Society
Bob Moran | The Political Cartoon Society

Bob Moran takes a jibe at the Duke and Duchess’ explanation for exiting from the Royal family. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had announced that they will step away from the Royal positions and divide their time between Britain and North America to become financially independent.

Carlos Latuff | Mondoweiss
Carlos Latuff | Mondoweiss

The Trump administration refused to remove troops from Iraq even after the Iraqi parliament voted and called for removal of US troops from their soil. Carlos Latuff has a take on the unprecedented situation.

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