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By PBS NewsHour
Cartooning has been a part of French culture ever since King Louis XIV ruled France 300 years ago. This week, the NewsHour’s Stephen Free visited the editors of a French magazine, who are embracing that tradition in explaining the Nov.
Kate Beaton, the creator of the massively popular webcomic "Hark! A Vagrant," talked with the NewsHour about her online fan base, her first children's book and how she made history's saddest tales funny.
By Joshua Barajas
Sudanese-born cartoonist Khalid Albaih was lauded as “an artist of the revolution” during the Arab Spring, and now he's pointing his pencil at other world events.
By Aisha Jama
Cartoonist Scott McCloud, best known for the “Understanding Comics” series, talks about “The Sculptor,” his first graphic novel and his first work of fiction in over 30 years.
By Ruth Tam
In other news Tuesday, U.N. officials reported that more than 200 people have been killed and 500 injured during unrest in Tunisia that ousted the president. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee reported that the safety of U.S. government employees in…
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