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Boris Johnson’s race to the finish line, and Trump’s betrayal of Syrian Kurds

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In today’s featured cartoon, Bob Moran illustrates the question all of Europe has been asking — will UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson make it to the Brexit finish line and deliver the results that he has promised?

Patrick Chappatte | Counterpoint
Patrick Chappatte | Counterpoint

Patrick Chappatte weighs in on the conflict in Syria, specifically how betrayed Syrian Kurds feel by the US after the Trump administration removed American troops from northern Syria to clear the way for a Turkish offensive.

Carlos Latuff | Twitter
Carlos Latuff | Twitter

Carlos Latuff throws light on a planned rally to be held on the upcoming International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People (29 November) at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague, Netherlands.

 

Dave Brown | The Independent

Dave Brown on Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar’s recent meeting with his British counterpart Boris Johnson, where they said they could see a “pathway to a possible [Brexit] deal” ahead of the 31 October deadline.

Adam Zyglis | The Buffalo News
Adam Zyglis | The Buffalo News

Adam Zyglis comments on Turkey’s offensive in Syria and Washington’s “betrayal” of local Kurdish militia, who helped the US fight the Islamic State but are seen by Ankara as terrorists.

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