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 March, 23, 2015
All images courtesy of newseum
ANALYSIS AT BOTTOM OF POST 

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Yemen, Syria, Ted Cruz, English king, Singapore leader
2. NEW YORK TIMES

Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Hillary Clinton, Singapore leader, New York Fire

3. WALL STREET JOURNAL

Yemen, New York Fire, Singapore leader

4. WASHINGTON POST

Ted Cruz, Singapore leader, (with photo of Hillary Clinton), Muslims in France
 

 5. CHICAGO TRIBUNE

 
 
 
Afghanistan, Cruz
 

6. USA TODAY

 
Clinton, Cruz, Yemen
 

7. Jerusalem Post

Iran nuclear negotiations, Israel politics, Hamas, New York Fire
 

8. Haaretz (Israel)

Yemen, Iran nuclear talks, Israeli politics
 
9. Arab News (Saudi Arabia)
Oil, IS, Islamaphobia
 
 

 10. Wall STreet Journal European edition

Yemen, Adidas, China, Cruz
 

11. Wall Street Journal Asian edition

 
China, Yemen, Iranian nuclear talks
 
12. The London Times
Terrorism
 

JAPAN TIMES

ANALYSIS

Clearly, the Middle East remains the focal point of the editors at the English language newspapers sampled today.Stories, images, or blurbs about the descent into turmoil in Yemen are prominently featured on seven of the 13 front pages. The Iran negotiations are mentioned in three and all but two newspapers (The Japan Times and Chicago Tribune)  mentions something that is terrorism  related.
Ted Cruz’ announcement that he will run for the Republican nomination for U.S. President is the lead story in both the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, and is mentioned in three other papers.

Interestingly, the New York Times doesn’t mention Cruz’ announcement, yet does feature a small photo of Hillary Clinton with former Singapore leader Lee Kuan Yew, who died Sunday. His death was mentioned on four of the newspapers, signifying how important that small country is in terms of global economics.

The devastating fire in Brooklyn that killed seven children, was the main image on both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, and is also mentioned on the Jerusalem Post.
 
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