A new way to cross Suez Canal amid blockade, and why Covid vaccine is not enough to be safe outdoors in US


Adan Iglesias Toledo | Cartoon Movement


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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, Cuban cartoonist Adan Iglesias Toledo illustrates on how to make the best of the sticky situation in the Suez Canal, where a ship operated by Taiwanese company Evergreen Marine has remained stuck since Tuesday, causing a massive maritime traffic snarl at one of the world’s busiest waterways.

Adam Zyglis | Buffalo News

Pulitzer-winning cartoonist Adam Zyglis makes a pointed comment about the recent mass shootings in the US states of Colorado and Georgia.

Peter Schrank | Twitter

Peter Schrank weighs in on the travel restrictions that remain in place around the world even as Covid vaccination is carried out.

Stellina Chan | Cartoon Movement

Cartoonist Stellina Chan alludes to the Suez Canal blockade and how it is impacting the global economy. The blockade is estimated to be costing almost $400 million every hour.

 

Carlos Latuff | Mint Press News

Carlos Latuff comments on the US-backed Saudi Arabia-led war against Houthi rebels in Yemen, which completes six years this week and has precipitated a humanitarian crisis of vast proportions. US President Joe Biden recently said the war in Yemen must stop.

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