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How newspapers around the world displayed Squirrel Hill synagogue massacre

Matt Rosenberg
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Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
A young man tries to hold back tears while waiting in line to pay his respects after police allowed members of St. Bede Catholic Church to lay candles and flowers outside Tree of Life Synagogue, Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, one day after a gunman killed 11 people.

As news of the deadly shooting at Tree of Life Congregation in Squirrel Hill spread across the world, among the many pieces in motion were newsrooms, where editors, designers and reporters were beginning to plan and collaborate.

Here is a look at how the Tribune-Review displayed the tragic event on its front page. Plus, check out a gallery of 25 other notable displays from newspapers around the world on the front pages of their Sunday editions.

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