President Donald Trump became the third president in American history to be impeached. In a vote almost exclusively along party lines, Democratic-controlled House of Representatives charged Trump the high crimes of abuse of power and obstruction of justice following the President's alleged pressure on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenksy to investigate former Vice President and political rival Joe Biden.

Hearings will now move to a trial in the U.S. Senate, where it appears highly unlikely that Trump will be convicted and removed from office, as the 100-member body is made up of 53 Republicans, 45 Democrats and two independents, and a two-thirds majority is required for conviction.

Still, the impeachment is a moment of U.S. political history and a defining black mark on Trump's presidency. Here's how it looked Thursday on American and global newspaper front pages:

BELGIUM

De Standaard


FRANCE

Le Figaro


GREECE

Kathimerini


ITALY

Corriera Della Sera


SWEDEN

Svenska Dagbladet


UK

The Independent

The Irish Times


ARGENTINA

La Nacion


BRAZIL

Jornal Do Commercio

O Estado De S. Paulo


Dominican Republic

El Caribe


Guatemala

Prensa Libre


MEXICO

El Financiero


CANADA

Le Soleil

Toronto Star


USA

Daily News

USA Today

Washington Post


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