August 15, 2014

News from Ferguson, Missouri through the night told a markedly different story than it had since Saturday, when a police officer shot and killed Michael Brown. The change in the police force covering crowds of protesters, that crowd’s response and several vigils and protests around the country made news in and out of the U.S. Here are some of those front pages, courtesy, as always, Newsuem:

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri:


The Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Missouri:

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RedEye, Chicago, Illinois:

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The Washington Post:

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The Burlington Free Press, Burlington, Vermont:


USA Today:

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Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah (h/t to Mark Kellner for sharing this one):


The Seattle Times, Seattle, Washington:


Stars and Stripes – MidEast Edition, Kabul, Afghanistan:


The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada:


Toronto Star, Toronto, Canada:


Diario 24 Horas, Mexico City, Mexico:


United Evening News, Taipei, Taiwan:


I noted yesterday that the news made some front pages in Missouri, too. On Friday, it made nearly all of them. Here’s the Springfield News-Leader:

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