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Since the terrorist attack on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015, the response of cartoonists has become an important expression of grief and hope.
Following the attack in Manchester on Monday night, several cartoons for the evening and following day's publications have been shared online.
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Steve Bell on the Manchester Arena attack – political cartoon gallery https://t.co/YUgh2cjw0w — Political Cartoon (@Political Cartoon)
#Manchester #manchesterattack #ManchesterBombing
#cartoon for tmrw's @heraldscotland https://t.co/AH44RwM7Mq — Camley Cartoons (@Camley Cartoons)
Cartoons in response to Manchester were also published by cartoonists around the world
Strib Steve Sack cartoon #Manchester #Isis via Facebook https://t.co/5BluTlY8Th https://t.co/yPs87WP79x — Greg Kjos (@Greg Kjos)
#cartoon #manchester (via https://t.co/O80XYgmJNh) #arianagrande https://t.co/zUEb6hQ9cU — lectrr (@lectrr)
Mourning for Manchester https://t.co/TWMUXrOkgo #Manchester https://t.co/02CCB9iCuU — Dan Wasserman (@Dan Wasserman)
Ariana Grande 'broken' after #Manchester concert bomb attack (via @BBCWorld )
@ArianaGrande https://t.co/cKZc5TNDzm — Carlos Latuff (@Carlos Latuff)
Cartoon Love for Manchester 2017 Kaveh Adel Cartoonist - https://t.co/qZ5NGHtTYs https://t.co/fkUXn33LH5 — Kaveh Adel (@Kaveh Adel)
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