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Paris Attacks: How US, European Newspapers Covered the Story (Photos)

ISIS assault inspires somber headlines, with the words “massacre” and “carnage” making the most appearances

The series of coordinated ISIS attacks that besieged Paris on Friday night began just hours before European newspapers went to press, leaving them with little more than the images of carnage and preliminary casualty tolls to report.

By the time U.S. outlets hit deadline, more details had emerged, informing — in some but not all cases — more sober front-page coverage of the attacks, which most recent figures indicate have claimed 129 lives and more than 350¬†injuries.

Here’s how French, U.K., German and U.S. papers led their coverage…

LIBERATION (FRANCE)

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BILD (GERMANY)

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INDEPENDENT (U.K.)

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LA VOIX DU NORD (FRANCE)

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CHICAGO SUN TIMES (U.S.)

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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH (U.K.)

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THE TIMES (U.K.)

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THE WASHINGTON POST (U.S.)

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THE SUN (U.K.)

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BOSTON GLOBE (U.S.)

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DAILY MIRROR (U.K.)

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DAILY NEWS (U.S.)

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TAMPA BAY TIMES (U.S.)

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DAILY MAIL (U.K.)

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NEW YORK POST (U.S.)

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LOS ANGELES TIMES (U.S.)

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NEW YORK TIMES (U.S.)

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