The meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin led front pages around the United States on the day after the meeting in Helsinki.
From major U.S. cities, headlines include "See no evil," from the New York Post, "Mad about Vlad" from the Chicago Sun-Times and "Trump accepts Russian election denials," from the Los Angeles Times.
Newspapers serving smaller cities didn't sound too different. The Indianapolis Star led with "Trump seems OK with Putin denial." Iowa City Press-Citizen's lead headline reads "Praising Putin." And in Kentucky, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported "Trump accepts Putin's denial."
Here's a quick look at fronts from the U.S. and around the world, via Newseum.
(When possible, we've included translations with help from Google translate and multilingual colleagues.)
Colombia: "Trump sings out of tune"
Denmark, with the headline "Putin and Trump will be better friends"
Germany: "Trump celebrates 'very productive summit'"
Netherlands: "Shock in U.S. after Trump 'betrayal'"
Slovakia: "Trump Putin summit"