How the world sees U.S. disaster in wake of Hurricane Sandy & how we see ourselves

The images from Hurricane Sandy have been frightening and moving as they flash across our screens. This week's front pages have made those images stand still. They reveal how we see ourselves and how the world sees us. A selection of today's 20 most interesting fronts appears below. How many ways are there to say "devastated"? You'll see. Pages appear courtesy of the Newseum, some have been cropped to remove ads.

Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.

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