As she declared victory in the Democratic primary campaign last night, Hillary Clinton made history in America. But the prospect of the leader of the free world being a woman was also huge news outside the U.S.
With the help of the database of the Newseum, we've compiled a selection of front pages that tell the story from Amsterdam to Tokyo.
It's worth noting that for many of these countries, electing a woman leader wouldn't be all that historic—more than 60 countries have had female heads of government or state in the last half-century, according to a 2014 Pew study.
The German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung of Munich captured the moment with a single word headline: "Geschafft," which means "done" or "accomplished."
Two of South Korea's largest newspapers, The Chosun Ilbo and Joongang Ilbo, took the historical angle: Chosun had a big picture of Clinton giving a speech as a younger woman, while Joongang had a side-by-side photos of her in 2008 and 2016.
Libération, a French newspaper, focused on the challenges facing Clinton, noting the criticism she was receiving from supporters of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. "All Against Her," their headline reads.
The headline writers of the Deccan Chronicle in Bangalore, India had perhaps the best own of any foreign newspaper writing about Clinton: "It Took America 227 Years…" (at the bottom of the page).
The Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad in Amsterdam bucked the trend to focus on Sanders. "Bernie Sanders, the unpolished left-wing politician, doesn't give in," the headline reads.
And then there's the Mexican newspaper Reforma, which also featured a different candidate more prominently—it gave more space to Meryl Streep dressing up as Trump than it did to Clinton's victory.
(Clinton shares the front page with Taiwan's new female president, Tsai Ing-wen)
Casey Tolan is a National News Reporter for Fusion based in New York City.