Thursday, November 06, 2008

Obama, the World's President - newspaper front page headlines from around the globe

Courtesy of Newseum (and a few other places), here are 97 of President Barack Obama's first newspaper front page headlines from around the world. Click on any image to see a larger version:

Argentina:
Clarin, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Australia:
mX, Brisbane, Australia.

Austria:
Kurier, Vienna, Austria.

Belgium:
De Morgen, Brussels, Belgium.

Le Soir, Belgium.

Brazil:
Diario do Comercio, Recife, Brazil.

O Globo, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Diario de Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil.

Canada:
Calgary Herald, Calgary, Canada.

The Calgary Sun, Calgary, Canada.

The Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Canada. <br />

Le Journal de Montréal, Montreal, Canada.

La Presse, Montreal, Canada.

Le Soleil, Québec, Canada.

Nanaimo Daily News, Nanaimo, Canada.

The Review, Niagara Falls, Canada.

National Post, Toronto, Canada.

Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa, Canada.

Toronto Sun, Toronto, Canada.

The Sudbury Star, Sudbury, Canada.

The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada.

The Province, Vancouver, Canada.

Toronto Star, Toronto, Canada.

Toronto Sun, Toronto, Canada

The Vancouver Sun, Vancouver, Canada.

Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg, Canada.

Waterloo Region Record, Kitchener, Canada.

The Winnipeg Sun, Winnipeg, Canada.

China:
Oriental Morning Post, Shanghai, China.

Colombia:
El Colombiano, Medellin, Colombia.

El Tiempo, Bogota, Colombia.

Czech Republic:
Hospodarske Noviny, Prague, Czech Republic.

Mladá Fronta DNES, Prague, Czech Republic.

Denmark:
Politiken, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ecuador:
La Hora, Quito, Ecuador.

France:
La Tribune, Paris, France.

Germany:
Hamburger Morgenpost, Hamburg, Germany.

Greece:
To Vima, Athens, Greece.

Hong Kong:
South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, China.

India:
The Telegraph, Calcutta, India. <br />

Indonesia:
Media Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Ireland:
Irish Examiner, Cork, Ireland.

Irish Independent, Dublin, Ireland. <br />

Israel:
Israel Hayom, Jerusalem, Israel.

Yedioth Ahronoth, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Italy:
Corriere Della Sera, Milano, Italy.

Il Gazzettino, Venezia, Italy. <br />

Il Piccolo, Trieste, Italy.

Il Tirreno, Livorno, Italy. <br />

La Repubblica, Rome, Italy. <br />

La Stampa, Torino, Italy.

Jamaica:
The Gleaner, Kingston, Jamaica.

Kenya:
Daily Nation, Kenya.

Netherlands:
Het Parool, Amsterdam, Netherlands. <br />

Trouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Panama:
Crítica, Panama, Panama.

Panamá América, Panama, Panama.

Peru:
Correo - Piura, Piura, Peru. <br />

Peru.21, Lima, Peru.

Poland:
Dziennik Polski, Krakow, Poland. <br />

Gazeta Wyborcza, Warszawa, Poland.

Portugal:
Diário de Notícias, Lisbon, Portugal.

Jornal de Notícias, Porto, Portugal.

South Africa:
Beeld, South Africa.

Die Burger, South Africa.

The Times, Johannesburg, South Africa. <br />

South Korea:
The Maeil Business Newspaper, Seoul, South Korea.

Spain:
Avui, Barcelona, Spain.

El Periódico de Catalunya - Catalan Edition, Barcelona, Spain.

Granada Hoy, Granada, Spain.

La Vanguardia, Barcelona, Spain.

El Pais, Madrid, Spain.

Público, Madrid, Spain.

Sweden:
Aftonbladet, Stockholm, Sweden.

Sundsvalls Tidning, Sundsvall, Sweden.

Syria:
Al Watan, Damascus, Syria.

Taiwan:
United Evening News, Taipei, Taiwan.

Turkey:
Sabah, Istanbul, Turkey.

United Arab Emirates:
The Daily Al Bayan, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Gulf News, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

UK:
Daily Express, London, UK.

The Guardian, London, UK.

The Independent, London, UK.

The Independent (Special Edition), London, UK.

Daily Mail, London, UK.

Daily Mail, London, UK.

Metro, London, UK.

Daily Mirror, London, UK.

The Sun, London, UK.

The Sun, London, UK.

The Daily Telegraph, London, UK.

The Daily Telegraph, London, UK.

The Times, London.

The Times, London.

Uruguay:
El Pais, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Venezuela:
El Universal, Caracas, Venezuela.

Ultimas Noticias, Caracas, Venezuela.

Seems like the world was a) paying close attention to the US Presidential election and b) is pretty pleased with the result.

It's all a bit different from four years ago, isn't it?

Daily Mirror Bush dumb people front page 2004.


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6 comments:

omer rosenbaum said...

That is amazing. You even got my city's newspaper (Sundsvall, Sweden) and newspaper from my homeland (Israel).

webweaver said...

Awesome! I'm glad you like them, Omer!

Ashes said...

These news headlines are great! Thanks.

webweaver said...

You're welcome, Ashes!

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