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15 Powerful cartoon tributes following the Paris attacks

Following Friday’s tragic events in Paris, when a series of co-ordinated attacks throughout the French capital left at least 132 people dead and critically injured 99 more, social media has been flooded with tributes.

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Artists from all over the world created some of the most powerful reactions to the atrocity.

1. Osama Hajjaj depicts Paris as a beautiful crying woman

2. Jaume Capdevila adapts the French flag to pay tribute

3. Michel Kichka’s subtle design has a strong message

4. Carlos Latuff suggests French President François Hollande is to blame for his “explosive foreign policy” of intervention in Syria

5. Plantu drew the Eiffel Tower shining a light over the city of Paris

6. Mathilde Adorno’s “Not afraid” shows the strength of Paris despite the attacks

https://twitter.com/CJSilk/status/666037235351994368

7. Nik drew the world crying for Paris


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8. Ross McIntosh created an Eiffel Tower out of tears

http://peoplesoupcartoons.tumblr.com/post/133188972542

9. Drawle de news depicted the Eiffel Tower comforting a weeping man

http://drawledenews.tumblr.com/post/133167297647/paris-fusillade-sad

10. Taiwanese artist Kelly C drew a young girl with a glowing Eiffel Tower in her hands

11. Jean Jullien’s take on the peace symbol has gone viral

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Peace for Paris

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12. Charlie Hebdo artist Joann Sfar asked the world not to use #prayforparis

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13. Sarah Chalabi’s cartoon has a rose growing out of the Eiffel Tower

https://instagram.com/p/-I-jzjNK17/

14. Teenage artist Violet Shwimer reminded us that attacks happen all over the world

https://instagram.com/p/-I_03tsSVs/

15. Alexandra Senes asked us to remember all victims of terrorism

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#Paris#Beirut#Iraq#Syria#KilometreparisbyAlexandraSenes#FedericaMatta

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