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World Newspaper Front Pages Of Las Vegas Shooting

Vigil for Las Vegas victims on Oct. 2
Vigil for Las Vegas victims on Oct. 2

The worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history was the top story in newspapers around the world, after a gunman opened fire at a country music concert Sunday night in Las Vegas. Here's a sample of front pages from 14 countries:


UNITED STATES

Las Vegas Review Journal

USA Today

Tampa Bay Times


MEXICO

"Terror in Las Vegas' — La Voz de la Frontera


BRAZIL

"Why?" — O Globo


ARGENTINA

"The rule of weapons' — Pagina 12


SOUTH AFRICA

The Times


AUSTRALIA

The Daily Telegraph


HONG KONG

South China Morning Post


GREECE

"Night of horror leaves dozens of dead in Las Vegas' — Kathimerini


ITALY

"Shots from above, slaughter at the concert" — Corriere della Sera


FRANCE

"The shock" — Libération


BELGIUM

De Tijd


NETHERLANDS

"Loving Schield" — Telegraaf


UNITED KINGDOM

The Times


PORTUGAL

"The U.S. tries to understand the worst shooting in its history" — Público

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