If you thought millions of Americans were overwhelmed by Donald Trump's election, take a gander at how the rest of the world is reacting.

Not since Sept. 12, 2001 - arguably the most tumultuous in modern U.S. history - have international papers reacted with such panicked alarm about breaking news in the United States.

Among the most inflammatory covers was the Australia's Daily Telegraph's, which simply led with three letters: "WTF."

Spanish newspaper El Periodico offered readers an ominous phrase: "God forgive America."

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Not to be outdone, Times of India - the country's biggest English-language newspaper - didn't hold back and published their own Trump-inspired headline:

"It's official," he headline states, "@realDonaldTrump grabs America by the..."

"Congratulations, Mr. President-elect!"

Front pages around the world

The United Kingdom's Daily Telegraph newspaper.
The United Kingdom's Daily Telegraph newspaper.
Canada's Le Journal de Montreal newspaper.
Canada's Le Journal de Montreal newspaper.
The United Kingdom's Daily Mail website.
The United Kingdom's Daily Mail website.
Mexico's La Razon newspaper. The headline reads
Mexico's La Razon newspaper. The headline reads "America takes the flag of populism."
The United Kingdom's Sun website.
The United Kingdom's Sun website.
Australia's Sydney Morning Herald website.
Australia's Sydney Morning Herald website.
Canada's Toronto Star website.
Canada's Toronto Star website.
Oregon's Eugene Register-Guard newspaper.
Oregon's Eugene Register-Guard newspaper.
The New Yorker's website.
The New Yorker's website.
Germany's Hamburger Morgenpost newspaper. The headline reads
Germany's Hamburger Morgenpost newspaper. The headline reads "Please not the Horror-Clown!"
Washington's Spokesman-Review newspaper.
Washington's Spokesman-Review newspaper.
The New Zealand Herald newspaper.
The New Zealand Herald newspaper.