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World Press Cartoon awards face down censorship - and COVID-19

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World Press Cartoon awards face down censorship - and COVID-19

World Press Cartoon awards face down censorship - and COVID-19

Resistance to censorship was a central theme of the World Press Cartoon awards in Portugal and the subsequent ongoing exhibition.

The ceremony also managed to sucessfully navigate COVID-imposed restrictions.

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