“Protests and looting throughout the U.S.” was the headline in Clarín, Argentina’s largest newspaper.

Folha de Sao Paolo, a major Brazilian paper, wrote that “protests against racism” had devolved into “repression and barbarism.”

“Looting, fighting and curfew: the U.S. at war,” was the headline that greeted readers of Italy’s La Stampa.

“USA at War with Itself,” agreed the West Australian, out of Perth.

Mexico’s Diaro 24 Horas led with an image from Washington: “Anti-racist Anger at the Gates of the White House.”