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Maradona on World Cup 2014

Maradona on World Cup 2014

“It will be a great World Cup, but you can’t bury people under cement!” — Diego Maradona Carlos Latuff is a Brazilian cartoonist.  Follow Latuff on Twitter @LatuffCartoons.  Translation by Yoshie Furuhashi (@yoshiefuruhashi | yoshie.furuhashi [at] gmail.com).  To follow the World Cup with Diego Armando Maradona and Víctor Hugo Morales, watch De Zurda on TeleSur […]

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Brazil Protests Illustrated

Brazil Protests Illustrated

Brazilian Youth (Carrying Vinegar) Beginning to Rise Up! “Enough!  Brazil Has Awoken!” Viva Brazilian Democracy! Who Made the Protests Violent?  Answer: Protester Against the Fare Hike Holding a Sign Saying “Nonviolence”; Cop Scratching “Non” and Replacing It by “With” — “With Violence” #NaoEPor20Centavos: It’s Not About the 20-Centavo Hike — “Power to the People!” Rio […]

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Yoani Sánchez vs. Julian Assange

Yoani Sánchez’s World Tour

Freedom of Expression, Made in USA Carlos Latuff is a Brazilian cartoonist.  Cf. Salim Lamrani, “40 perguntas para Yoani Sánchez em sua turnê mundial” (Opera Mundi, 18 February 2013); Salim Lamrani, “40 questions à poser à Yoani Sánchez lors de sa tournée mondiale” (Opera Mundi, 19 February 2013); Salim Lamrani, “40 preguntas para Yoani Sánchez […]

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Morsi and Peres: A Love Story

Morsi and Peres: A Love Story

Carlos Latuff is a Brazilian cartoonist.  Cf. Raphael Ahren, “Morsi’s Warm Letter to Peres Sparks Anger and Denial in Egypt” (Times of Israel, 18 October 2012); “‘I came with a message of peace and I came to confirm that we are working for mutual trust and transparency and we are committed to all the agreements […]

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