Photos: How newspapers around the world covered the deadly riots at U.S. Capitol

Yahoo News Photo Staff
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The world watched with a mix of horror and disbelief as a violent mob of President's Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Wednesday while Congress was counting the electoral votes to certify Joe Biden's election victory. Four people died during the riots, including a woman who was shot by Capitol Police. Here's how newspapers in the United States and elsewhere covered the chaos on their front pages Thursday morning. — Dylan Stableford/Yahoo News

Front page of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Thursday
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Front page of Brazil's O Globo on Thursday
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Front page of the Boston Globe on Thursday
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Front page of Spain's El Mundo on Thursday
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Front page of the Chicago Sun Times on Thursday
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Front page of France's Le Figaro on Thursday
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Front page of the Dallas Morning News on Thursday
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Front page of El Diario on Thursday
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Front page of Argentina's La Nacion on Thursday
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Front page of the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday
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Front page of Canada's Winnipeg Free Press on Thursday
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Front page of the Oregonian on Thursday
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Front page of Turkey's Yeni Asir on Thursday
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Front page of the New York Post on Thursday
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Front page of France's Le Monde on Thursday
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Front page of the New York Times on Thursday
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Front page of the Independent on Thursday
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Front page of the Tampa Bay Times on Thursday
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Front page of Italy's La Stampa on Thursday
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Front page of the Washington Post on Thursday
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Front page of the Times on Thursday
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