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    Paper front pages from across the US and all over the world showcase the attempted coup from pro-Trump insurrectionists

    Newspaper front page after capitol siege

    A stack of Thursday’s edition of The Washington Times is left beyond a workplace in the U.S. Capitol developing on January 7, 2021 in Washington, DC. Following a rally yesterday with President Donald Trump on the National Mall, a pro-Trump mob stormed and broke into the U.S. Capitol building triggering a Joint Session of Congress to postpone the accreditation of President-elect Joe Biden’s success over President Trump.

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    • Thousands of protesters from throughout the United States gathered in Washington, DC, on Wednesday to oppose the governmental vote accreditation in Congress.
    • The demonstrations became riots, causing the Capitol being evacuated as insurrectionists stormed the structure in a tried coup.
    • Previous to the vote accreditation process, Trump whipped his advocates into a craze using a groundless claim that Congress can selectively toss out states’ electoral votes based on unsubstantiated assertions of scams.
    • Papers from worldwide and across the United States documented the tried coup on their front pages.
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    What started as a protest in Washington, DC, on Wednesday versus the presidential vote accreditation in Congress, developed into a riot, ultimately leading to the US Capitol developing being breached and under siege for the very first time because the War of 1812

    Members of Congress were hurried into tunnel systems for security in the middle of the licensing Arizona’s electoral votes around 1: 30 p.m. ET. In the following hours, pro-Trump insurrectionists raided the Capitol building, leaving a path of damage in their path that remained on Thursday early morning.

    The tried coup led to the deaths of 4 protesters: one lady who was shot inside of the Capitol, and 3 protesters who passed away from medical complications

    Wednesday’s attempted coup was thoroughly chronicled on the front pages of papers around the world and across the United States.

    Insider collected 52 of the world’s front pages that recorded among the most violent days in recent United States history:

    Canada:

    — Ottawa Sun (@ottawasuncom) January 7, 2021

    — Savannah Awde (@s_awde7) January 7, 2021

    England:

    — The Telegraph (@Telegraph) January 6, 2021

    — The Guardian (@guardian) January 6, 2021

    France:

    — QAriès (@QuentinAries) January 6, 2021

    Italy:

    — La Stampa (@LaStampa) January 7, 2021

    — Repubblica (@repubblica) January 7, 2021

    Israel:

    — The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) January 7, 2021

    Australia:

    — The West Australian (@westaustralian) January 7, 2021

    Spain:

    — EL MUNDO (@elmundoes) January 7, 2021

    Nigeria:

    — Nigerian Tribune (@nigeriantribune) January 7, 2021

    And in the United States:

    — The New York City Times (@nytimes) January 7, 2021

    — Los Angeles Times (@latimes) January 7, 2021

    — Star Tribune (@StarTribune) January 7, 2021

    — Columbia Missourian (@CoMissourian) January 7, 2021

    — Charles Bethea (@charlesbethea) January 7, 2021

    — Jonathan Tamari (@JonathanTamari) January 7, 2021

    — Detroit Free Press (@freep) January 7, 2021

    — The Seattle Times (@seattletimes) January 7, 2021

    — David Carson (@PDPJ) January 7, 2021

    — Jon Seidel (@SeidelContent) January 7, 2021

    — Daniel Hunt (@edit4life) January 7, 2021

    — Hamlet Nalbandyan (@hnalbandyan) January 7, 2021

    — Brian Duggan (@brianduggan) January 7, 2021

    — The Denver Post (@denverpost) January 7, 2021

    — San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) January 7, 2021

    — Silvia Foster-Frau (@SilviaElenaFF) January 7, 2021

    — IndyStar (@indystar) January 7, 2021

    — Joseph Kieta (@josephkieta) January 7, 2021

    — Cal Lundmark (@calundmark) January 7, 2021

    — Columbia Missourian (@CoMissourian) January 7, 2021

    — Ema Sasic (@ema_sasic) January 7, 2021

    — Stephanie Murray (@stephanie_murr) January 7, 2021

    — genna contino (@GennaContino) January 7, 2021

    — AR Democrat-Gazette (@ArkansasOnline) January 7, 2021

    — Ash Miller (@Aminboise) January 7, 2021

    — The Baltimore Sun (@baltimoresun) January 7, 2021

    — The Early Morning Call Guild ☀ Conserve local news (@mcallguild) January 7, 2021

    — CapeAtlanticNews (@CapeAtlanticNWS) January 7, 2021

    — The Advocate (@theadvocatebr) January 7, 2021

    — Gregory Bryant (@GregBryantCCT) January 7, 2021

    — Ian Munro – Daily News-Record (@iamIanMunro) January 7, 2021

    — Meredith Newman (@MereNewman) January 7, 2021

    — Jon Alexander (@jonwalexander) January 7, 2021

    — Galesburg.com (@Galesburg) January 7, 2021

    — Laura Martinez (@laurabrmartinez) January 7, 2021

    — Tampa Bay Times (@TB_Times) January 7, 2021

    — Olivia Roberts (@OliviaKXLY) January 7, 2021

    — Kelli Krebs (@thereal_kkrebs) January 7, 2021

    — Roger Simmons (@RogerSimmons) January 7, 2021

    — New York City Post (@nypost) January 7, 2021

    — Joseph Kieta (@josephkieta) January 7, 2021

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