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World No. 1 ‘anti-vaxxer’ & cost of living crisis in UK

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 this week’s featured cartoon, Peter Brooks takes a shot at the world’s number one Tennis player Novak Djokovic, who was denied entry in Australia. He has currently been moved to an immigration detention hotel, amid a huge backlash over a vaccine exemption.

Carlos Latuff | Twitter
Carlos Latuff | Twitter

Carlos Latuff illustrates Nasser Abou Hmaid, a Palestinian prisoner and a cancer patient, held in an Israeli prison. He is also known as “the masked lion”. He along with his two brothers have been in jail since 2002 for allegedly resisting the Israeli occupation.

Martin Rowson | The Guardian
Martin Rowson | The Guardian

Martin Rowson on the corruption allegations against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after reports that he sought funds for his flat refurbishment from a Tory donor while promising to consider plans for a mystery ‘great exhibition’.

Harry Burton | Irish Examiner
Harry Burton | Irish Examiner

Harry Burton draws on the decision made by various governments to resume physical classes despite the risk of kids getting infected with the highly transmissible new variant of Covid-19.

Morten Morland | The Sunday Times
Morten Morland | The Sunday Times

Morten Morland on Tory MPs’ request to PM Johnson to address the ‘cost of living crisis’  amid a spike in energy bills in the country.

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