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‘Welcome Back America’: Newspapers around the world react to Biden’s inauguration

Published in 21 January, 2021

London (CNN)The culmination of Joe Biden’s journey to the Oval Office was seen far beyond Washington DC on Thursday, with images of his inauguration splashed across the front pages of newspapers around the world.

Papers in most countries marked the dawn of the Biden era with pictures of the new US President taking the oath of office, and many highlighted the slew of executive orders he signed on his first day.
Some front pages also reflected on the end of the tumultuous Trump era, and a handful took a parting swipe at the former President — a decision indicative of the relief much of the international community felt as his time in office drew to a close.
But for the most part, it was Biden who commanded the spotlight. Here’s a selection of front pages from various parts of the world.

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