Apr 21, 2021 - Politics & Policy

"CONVICTED": Front pages around the world capture Derek Chauvin guilty verdict

Newspapers around the country and world led their front pages on Wednesday morning with news of the conviction of Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd.

Why it matters: It underscores the global nature of the movement that Floyd's tragic killing last year inspired, with newspapers in Mexico, Jamaica and the United Kingdom among those that covered the high-stakes proceedings at a Minneapolis courthouse.

A sampling ...
Picture of the front page of Minnesota's Star Tribune newspaper
The Star Tribune via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the New York Times front page
The New York Times via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the front page of the Washington Post
The Washington Post via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the front page of the Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the front page of Canada's The Globe and Mail newspaper
The Globe and Mail from Toronto, Canada via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the Front Page of Brazil's O Estado De S. Paulo newspaper
O Estado de S. Paulo from São Paulo, Brazil via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the front page of La Vanguardia newspaper from Spain with a headline on Chauvin's conviction
La Vanguardia from Barcelona, Spain via Freedom Forum.
Picture of Ireland's The Irish Time newspaper's front page with a headline on Chauvin's conviction
The Irish Times from Dublin, Ireland via Freedom Forum.
Picture of the Daily Mail front page with a headline on Chauvin's conviction
The Daily Mail from London, U.K. via Freedom Forum.
Jamaica Observer newspaper
Jamaica Observer via Freedom Forum.

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