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How the World Is Covering the Syrian Debate in the U.S.

Syria is not just leading headlines here in the United States. It's also getting coverage across the world.

Congressional action on whether to give President Obama the authority to strike Syria, in retaliation for allegedly using chemical weapons, lead coverage in much of the English-speaking world. However, a scan of the front pages Washington's Newseum provides shows that Latin America, Africa and other parts of the world panned the news surrounding Syria, for the most part.

 

Here's a look at Wednesday's headlines:

The Globe And Mail, Toronto, Canada

Toronto Star, Canada

National Post, Toronto, Canada

The Times, London, U.K.

 

 

 

The Guardian, London, U.K.

 

The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland

 

The Jerusalem Post, Israel

The National, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 

Correio Braziliense, Brasilia, Brazil

 

 
"Obama supports the U.S. to attack Syria."

Salzburger Nachrichten, Salsburg, Austria

 

"Approval for a military strike against the Assad regime."

Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin, Germany

 

"Kerry warns, "appeasement" policy. U.S. Secretary of State recalls hesitate to Nazi times. Obama wins supporters in Congress. Six million Syrians fled."

Eszak Magyaroszag, Miskolc, Hungary

 

"Obama secures support."

de Volkskrant, Amsterdam, Netherlands

"Is it still good between Obama and Putin?"

Arab Times, Shuwaikh, Kuwait

Kuwait Times

The Daily Star, Beirut, Lebanon

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