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Another ‘donation’ dilemma for Prince Charles & the ‘cesspool of crime’ in Trump’s own backyard

The best international cartoons of the week, chosen by editors at ThePrint.

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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, Pete Songi takes a jibe at Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, amid claims that one of his charities accepted a donation of £1 million from the family of 9/11 attacks mastermind Osama bin Laden, two years after the al Qaeda leader was killed.

Dave Brown | @DaveBrownToons
Dave Brown | @DaveBrownToons

Dave Brown comments on the UK leadership race. On Friday, Rishi Sunak admitted that he is falling behind his opponent Liz Truss in the race to the post of prime minister. He also faced another blow as former contender Tom Tugendhat endorsed Truss.

Adam Zyglis | Twitter @adamzyglis
Adam Zyglis | Twitter @adamzyglis

Adam Zyglis takes a dig at former US president Donald Trump for calling America a “cesspool of crime” in his first remarks in Washington since leaving office.

The Cartoon Movement | Twitter @cartoonmovement
The Cartoon Movement | Twitter @cartoonmovement

In an illustration retweeted by global online platform for editorial cartoons, The Cartoon Movement, Wimar Verdecia Fuentes illustrates the lax gun laws and easy accessibility to weapons in the US, in the backdrop of recent school shootings in that country.

Peter Brookes | Twitter @BrookesTimes
Peter Brookes | Twitter @BrookesTimes

Peter Brookes draws on the recent sacking of UK MP Sam Tarry after he joined striking rail workers at London’s Euston station last week. The Labour party, which said he was fired over unauthorised media appearances, has faced much criticism from various union leaders for the decision.


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