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THE MORNING AFTER

Newspapers around the world attempt to make sense of a Donald Trump presidency

British newspapers are seen with their reaction to the story of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at a corner shop in London, Britain, November 10, 2016.
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Making sense of it all.
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Yesterday (Nov. 9), the world’s press reacted in shock to Donald Trump becoming the 45th president of the United States.

Today, that stunned reaction has turned into contemplation, as the world tries to make sense of such a historic event, how we arrived here, and what it means for the future.

Here is a selection of Nov. 10 newspaper front pages from around the globe, which we’ll add to as more editions are published throughout the day.

UK

United States

France

Italy

Germany

Quartz/Jill Petzinger
“Should we be afraid?”
Quartz/Jill Petzinger
“The night the West died.”
Quartz/Jill Petzinger
“What’s to become of the world.”

Spain

Canada

Australia

Hong Kong

Quartz/Josh Horwitz
“Trump reaches out for unity.”

Brazil

Israel

India

Russia

UAE

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