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Latin American Media Responds To Wednesday's Insurrection At U.S. Capitol

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Several front pages from American media outlets captured the chaotic scene from Wednesday's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, led by pro-Trump extremists seeking to interrupt the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's election victory.

But across Latin America and the Caribbean, several newspapers also captured the events and many locals recalled how the scenes reminded them of political upheaval and turmoil in their home countries.

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We collected a few of the front pages from these countries to reflect on how some of our nearby neighbors viewed Wednesday's chaos:

Argentina

La Nación

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Clarín

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Bolivia

Correo Del Sur

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Brazil

O Globo

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Folha De S.Paulo

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Chile

El Mercurio

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Colombia

El Espectador

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El Heraldo

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Cuba

Granma

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Dominican Republic

Diario Libre

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Ecuador

El Comercio

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Honduras

La Prensa

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Mexico

La Jornada

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Milenio

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Nicaragua

La Prensa

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Panama

La Estrella De Panamá

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Puerto Rico

El Nuevo Día

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Uruguay

El Observador

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Venezuela

El Universal

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