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Video: Cartoonists take to the web after Brussels attacks

© Joel Saget, AFP | A picture of a smartphone screengrab of an Instagram page featuring a drawing by French cartoonist Plantu and Belgian comic character Tintin.

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Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2016-03-23

Hours after the deadly Brussels attacks, cartoonists picked up their pencils to express solidarity with Belgium – and defiance against terrorism – with cartoons that quickly went viral on social media sites.

Date created : 2016-03-23

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