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World newspapers react to U.S. election indecision

Tori Floyd
·Editor

With mail-in ballots still being counted in critical states like Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, newspapers globally had to publish front pages without knowing if Donald Trump or Joe Biden had won the U.S. election.

All across the United States, Canada, and around the world, publishers jumped on the tight race with unique illustrations, images of Biden and Trump pitted against one another, or voters at the polls. As the world continues to wait on the final counts from key states, the news cycle continues, and people globally are wondering whose picture will appear on tomorrow’s newspaper.

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