How the world is reporting Obama’s big win

Fishbowl DC posts images of newspaper frontpages from around the world, announcing Barack Obama’s primary win. Here’s my favorite, from Taipai’s United Evening News: Roughly translated by my colleague Drew, Obama is saying, “Onward to the White House!” and the caption above Hillary asks, “An Obama-Hillary alliance?” The Newseum has a lot more, though it ...

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Fishbowl DC posts images of newspaper frontpages from around the world, announcing Barack Obama's primary win. Here's my favorite, from Taipai's United Evening News:

Fishbowl DC posts images of newspaper frontpages from around the world, announcing Barack Obama’s primary win. Here’s my favorite, from Taipai’s United Evening News:

Roughly translated by my colleague Drew, Obama is saying, “Onward to the White House!” and the caption above Hillary asks, “An Obama-Hillary alliance?”

The Newseum has a lot more, though it appears Obama’s victory wasn’t actually frontpage news in most of the world. That could be due to the time-zone difference, or it could be because other countries are a lot less obsessed with this race than we think. (Do be sure to check out Prague’s Lidove Noviny, which would appear to have an anti-Hillary bent.)

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