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End of an era: NYT ceases publication of political cartoons

New York, Jun 11 (UNI) The New York Times has decided to halt publication of political cartoons in its international edition, after a row over printing of a caricature of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Donal Trump led to international uproar.
Announcing this on Monday, the leading English daily said it is ending its relationship with two contract cartoonists- Patrick Chappatte and Heng Kim Song.
James Bennet, editorial page editor of the newspaper, said "The Times was 'very grateful for and proud of' the work that the cartoonists, Patrick Chappatte and Heng Kim Song, had done for the international edition over the years.
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