How 23 Newspapers Around The World Covered The Unrest In Ferguson

“Obama’s Hurricane.”

Protests following the shooting of Mike Brown by police in Ferguson, Mo., have put the city at the center of a national debate on race and the use of deadly force by law enforcement officers, but they also reverberated internationally. With reporters from around the world flocking to the scene in response to reports of unwavering civil unrest, mismanagement of the situation by police, and dozens of arrests — including that of several journalists — here’s how the most recent developments have played out on newspapers around the world.

1. Netherlands

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2. Czech Republic

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3. Argentina

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4. Canada

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5. Peru

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6. Mexico

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7. Germany

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8. Austria

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9. Uruguay

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10. Brazil

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11. Spain

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12. Chile

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13. Turkey

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14. Colombia

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15. Egypt

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16. Germany

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17. Kuwait

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18. Brazil

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19. Turkey

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20. United Arab Emirates

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21. Germany

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22. Venezuela

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23. Spain

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