Nice Attack: Cartoon Tributes Flood Social Media

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A Brazilian political cartoonist shared this cartoon in the wake of the Bastille Day terror attack, in Nice, France. Carlos Latuff

The world has woken up to the news that at least 84 people have been killed in a terror attack in Nice, in south-east France.

A truck ploughed through a crowd watching Bastille Day celebratory fireworks on the waterfront of the French Riviera city. The driver mowed down men, women and children for 1.2 miles before police shot and killed him.

In tribute, and as a way to express shock, sorrow and support, people from across the world have posted cartoons to social media, expressing their wishes for peace, love and unity.

Agony for France and for us all. #Nice pic.twitter.com/yvL3WTKwAF

— Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) July 15, 2016

Le Dessin Du Jour: Paris Pleure Ses Morts - #fusillade pic.twitter.com/uzTCojJvtO

— Carlos Latuff (@LatuffCartoons) November 14, 2015

Sitting here watching the terrible news and just felt compelled to sketch. #PrayForNice #CryForNice pic.twitter.com/rLPpr5jfeH

— Geraint Smith (@GeraintSmith) July 15, 2016

Une lectrice du @lemondefr nous envoie ce dessin après l'attaque de #Nice. Dire que l'été était arrivé... pic.twitter.com/mJdliTpDGX

— Clément Martel (@martelclem) July 15, 2016

France. By FadToOn: https://t.co/fLLqy8UCmY #NiceAttack pic.twitter.com/ssotvjs4cz

— The Cartoon Movement (@cartoonmovement) July 15, 2016

Non. 💔 #Nice pic.twitter.com/ukaMCHJAmZ

— Louison (@Louison_A) July 15, 2016