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media outlets— even conservative-leaning ones like Fox New —agog. Likewise, even members of the Republican party released statements criticizing Trump’s alignment with Putin . Meanwhile, the rest of the world was watching. Here’s a look at how newspaper front pages across the globe are covering the meeting on Tuesday morning: The Guardian in London highlighted the backlash against Trump’s “treason”: The Guardian front page, Tuesday 17 July 2018: ‘Nothing short of treasonous’. Trump accused over Putin talks pic.twitter.com/qUXSpDSZLz The Financial Times focused on Trump’s defense of Putin: Just published: front page of the Financial Times UK edition Tuesday July 17 https://t.co/sE83KVBA5R pic.twitter.com/K5PjkH4wft — Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) July 16, 2018 The Times of London highlighted the backlash: Two traitors on one front page. pic.twitter.com/cvfhJZMtUc — Bath Newseum (@richardwyatt) July 17, 2018 In Paris, Le Monde called Trump Putin’s best ally: #ALaUne Trump, meilleur allié de Poutine | #CM2018 Le triomphal retour des Bleus | Les députés LRM veulent accélérer sur la PMA — Le Monde ⭐️⭐️ (@lemondefr) July 17, 2018 Germany’s business daily, Handelsblatt , called it a meeting of the autocrats: German press headlines on Trump and Putin summit in Helsinki: Frankfurter Allgemeine: Trump lauds “very productive summit” pic.twitter.com/wkwSyISc8C — Michael Knigge (@kniggem) July 17, 2018 Publico in Portugal said Putin gave Trump what he wanted, and Trump gave him much more in return: [Front Page: Público] pic.twitter.com/Wj3BOF5lbh — Portuguese Insurgent (@InsurgentPT) July 17, 2018 Putin admits he wanted a Trump win, says Portugal’s business newspaper Negocios: [Front Page: Jornal de Negócios] pic.twitter.com/dzen9IwRX0 — Portuguese Insurgent (@InsurgentPT) July 17, 2018 Finland’s business newspaper Kauppalehti scored the meeting Trump 0, Putin 1: The New York Times led with Trump’s statement supporting Putin: Tuesday’s New York Times: “TRUMP, WITH PUTIN, ATTACKS 2016 INTELLIGENCE” pic.twitter.com/lXI2FbVmWj — Chris Donovan (@chrisdonovan) July 17, 2018 The Wall Street Journal was also straightforward: Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal https://t.co/5xQPDPcm8q pic.twitter.com/yPSFqDzYMq — The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) July 17, 2018 Tabloids, as always, had a field day with the summit. The New York Post blared “See no evil”: Here’s the front page of the president’s favorite hometown tabloid. @EarlyStart pic.twitter.com/yoDHqRGrBx — Christine Romans (@ChristineRomans) July 17, 2018 The New York Daily News called it open treason: . @realdonaldtrump derides reports with which he disagrees as “fake news,” then buys the Russian narrative hook, line, sinker, pole and boat.
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Peru political turmoil: Supreme court president resigns over tapes scandal These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Duberli Rodriguez’s resignation is the latest in a scandal which has rocked Peru The president of Peru’s Supreme Court has resigned amid a widening corruption scandal that has rocked the country’s judicial system. Duberli Rodriguez’s resignation follows the release last week of audiotapes suggesting sentences could be bought and judicial influence paid for. Orlando Velasquez, the president of the National Council of the Magistrature, has also resigned. The justice minister, Salvador Heresi, was forced to step down on Saturday. Mr Heresi was recorded arranging a meeting with a Supreme Court judge, Cesar Hinostroza Pariachi, who seemed to be offering to sell favours. Both men have denied any wrongdoing. On another of the tapes, which were published by a Peruvian investigative website and TV programme, a judge discussed reducing the sentence or declaring innocent a man accused of raping a young girl. Peru family drama threatens South America’s success story Mr Rodriguez had come under pressure from Supreme Court colleagues to step down and cede his chair to someone untouched by Peru’s corruption problem. He said in a statement: “Given the institutional crisis that the judicial branch is going through, I present my irrevocable resignation from the post.” He said the reasons for his resignation would be explained during an extraordinary session of the court on Thursday. Peru’s former president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, was forced to resign in March after less than two years in office, after it emerged he had undisclosed financial ties to Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht. Mr Kuczynski’s predecessor, Alberto Fujimori, resigned in 2000 in the wake of a corruption scandal.