Double Take 'Toons: March 2013

It's been a tumultuous and exciting year. To mark its end, NPR Double Take will be recapping the biggest news events, going month by month to bring you the best cartoons on the issues.

North Korea threatened to attack the United States and Jorge Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, was selected as the new pope. Mike Keefe reflects North Korea's penchant for demanding attention, while John Cole predicted that Pope Francis would change the church's aims.

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Mike Keefe
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John Cole

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