Brazil’s worst drought in a century may cause its largest city, Sao Paulo, to go dry. There is little relief in sight. For more on the story from The New York Times, follow this link.
Osmani Simanca is a Cuban-born cartoonist working in Brazil for A Tarde newspaper. He was a winner of the 2010 Ranan Lurie/U.N. Political Cartoon Awards, given by the United Nations Correspondents Association and the U.N. Society of Writers and Artists. His cartoons are syndicated internationally by Cagle Cartoons.
To see more of Osmani’s work, follow this link.