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Obama Receives Huge Welcome in Tanzaniai
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July 01, 2013 11:27 PM
President Barack Obama leaves Tanzania Tuesday for Washington, ending his week-long Africa trip focused on expanding U.S. trade and investment with Africa, and on democratization. Thousands of people lined Dar es Salaam's streets to welcome Obama and his family. VOA White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.

Obama Receives Huge Welcome in Tanzania

Published July 01, 2013

President Barack Obama leaves Tanzania Tuesday for Washington, ending his week-long Africa trip focused on expanding U.S. trade and investment with Africa, and on democratization. Thousands of people lined Dar es Salaam's streets to welcome Obama and his family. VOA White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.


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