Latin American media respond to Wednesday’s insurgency on the U.S. Capitol

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Several front pages of US media have captured the chaotic scene of Wednesday’s insurgency on the United States Capitol, led by pro-Trump extremists seeking to disrupt President-elect Joe Biden’s certification of electoral victory.

But across Latin America and the Caribbean, several newspapers also reported on the events, and many locals recalled how the scenes reminded them of political upheaval and turmoil in their country of origin.

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We’ve put together some of the front pages from these countries to reflect on how some of our close neighbors viewed Wednesday’s chaos:

Argentina

La Nacion

Clarin

Clarin Argentina.jpg

Bolivia

Correo del Sur

Correo Del Sur Bolivia.jpg

Brazil

Globo

O Globo Brazil.jpg

Folha De S. Paulo

Folha Brazil.jpg

Chile

El Mercurio

El Mercurio Chile.jpg

Colombia

The spectador

El Espectador Colombia.jpg

El Heraldo

El Heraldo Colombia.jpg

Cuba

Grandmother

Granma Cuba.jpg

Dominican Republic

Free newspaper

Diario Libre Dominican Republic.jpg

Ecuador

The trade

El Comercio Ecuador.jpg

Honduras

La Prensa

La Prensa Honduras.jpg

Mexico

La Jornada

La Jornada Mexico.jpg

Milenio

Milenio Mexico.jpg

Nicaragua

La Prensa

La Prensa Nicaragua.jpg

Panama

La Estrella De Panama

La Estrella Panama.jpg

Porto Rico

El Nuevo Dia

El Nuevo Dia Puerto Rico.jpg

Uruguay

The Observer

Observer Uruguay.jpg

Venezuela

the universal

Universal Venezuela.jpg


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