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US’s stake in UAE-Israel deal, Boris’s new rule of six & Woodward’s Trump tapes

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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, Carlos Latuff takes a dig at the US President Donald Trump brokering the normalisation deal between UAE and Israel, in the light of his administration’s decision to sell weapons to UAE. 

a close up of a book: Adam Zyglis | The Buffalo News © Provided by The Print Adam Zyglis | The Buffalo News Adam Zyglis | The Buffalo News

The cartoonist here, throws light on journalist Bob Woodward’s latest book, Rage, which claims that US President Donald Trump knew that Covid-19 is deadlier than flu, and quotes him as having said that he underplayed the intensity of the pandemic as he didn’t want to create panic.

a close up of a book: Dave Brown | The Independent © Provided by The Print Dave Brown | The Independent Dave Brown | The Independent

Dave Brown’s jibe at UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to rewrite the part of the Brexit deal singed with EU in January, which the Northern Ireland secretary Brandon Lewis admits breaks ‘International Law’.

a close up of a book: Bob Moran | The Telegraph © Provided by The Print Bob Moran | The Telegraph Bob Moran | The Telegraph

Bob Moran here takes a dig at Boris Johnson’s  announcement of the ‘rule of six’ — new restrictions to fight Coronavirus that limits social gatherings in England, including that of children.

a close up of a book: Mortan Morland | The Times © Provided by The Print Mortan Morland | The Times Mortan Morland | The Times

Mortan Morland attacks the UK secretary of health Mat Hancock over citizens unable to get their Covid-19 tests done.

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