Political Cartoons: World news weekly roundup

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Some of the week’s news events that piqued the interest of cartoonists:

Bay Area critics decried the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s plan to dump nearly 1.5 tons of poison in the South Farallon Islands to eliminate a centuries-old rodent invasion.

New Yorkers praised the World Cup-winning U.S. women’s national soccer team in a ticker tape parade as the nation debated the sport’s gender-based pay inequality.

Attorney General William Barr said he saw a way to legally require 2020 census respondents to declare whether or not they are citizens in spite of a Supreme Court ruling against including the question.

Volkswagen announced the end of the road for its iconic Beetle car, halting production on the final edition of the vehicle after eight decades.

Residents of Little Saint James Island, owned by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, said locals referred to it as “Pedophile Island.”

Iran surpassed the uranium enrichment limits it agreed to in the 2015 nuclear deal, as part of its maximum pressure campaign to entice the U.S. to reconsider its withdrawal from the treaty.

Sudan’s military council and its pro-democracy protest movement reached a power-sharing deal, …read more

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