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Serbian antiwar exhibit to honor Iranian cartoonist
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“The Peace Messenger” by Iranian cartoonist Masud Shojaei Tabatabaei won the Grand Prix at 17th Salon of Antiwar Cartoon in Kragujevac, Serbia.
“The Peace Messenger” by Iranian cartoonist Masud Shojaei Tabatabaei won the Grand Prix at 17th Salon of Antiwar Cartoon in Kragujevac, Serbia.
TEHRAN -- The Iranian cartoonist Masud Shojaei Tabatabaei has won the Grand Prix at 17th Salon of Antiwar Cartoon in Kragujevac, Serbia.
 
The Grand Prix is a €1500 cash prize he will receive for his cartoon “The Peace Messenger” during the opening ceremony of the exhibition at the National Museum of Serbia in Kragujevac on October 20.
 
Omer Cam from Turkey won the Gold plaque of the event and the Silver plaque went to Pawel Kuczynsky from Poland.
 
The jury members were Antonio Antunes from Portugal, Miodrag Stojilovic, Toso Borkovic, Jugoslav Vlahovic, and Spiro Radulovic from Serbia.
 
The exhibition has been organized in memory of the heinous crime that happened in Kragujevac in 1941, when the Nazis occupying forces executed several hundreds of innocent civilians in just one day.
 
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