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Obama Leaves Japan, Heads Back to United States

Sunday, 14 Nov 2010 07:15 AM

 

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TOKYO, Japan (AP) — President Barack Obama has left Japan for the United States, ending a 10-day Asian tour that focused heavily on economics and featured personal remembrances of his life as a child in Indonesia.

Air Force One left at mid-afternoon Sunday, local time, on the long flight back to Washington, where Obama will have a host of domestic issues at hand when Congress returns for its post-election session.

His trip started in India. He went from there to Indonesia and on to Seoul for the G-20 summit and then to Yokohama, Japan for the summit of the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation.

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