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Obama to leave Latin America early

 An El Salvador army soldier stands guard on a street near the site where U.S. President Barack Obama will be staying in San Salvador, El Salvador Mon...
 U.S. President Barack Obama listens to Chile's President Sebastian Pinera before their official state dinner at the government palace La Moneda in Sa...
 U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama attend their official state dinner offered by Chile's President Sebastian Pinera at the gov...
 On the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama�s arrival, members of the Civic Council of Indigenous and Popular Organizations in Honduras (COPINH) demand...

El Salvador Obama Latin America

An El Salvador army soldier stands guard on a street near the site where U.S. President Barack Obama will be staying in San Salvador, El Salvador Mon...

Chile Obama Latin America

U.S. President Barack Obama listens to Chile's President Sebastian Pinera before their official state dinner at the government palace La Moneda in Sa...

APTOPIX Chile Obama Latin America

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama attend their official state dinner offered by Chile's President Sebastian Pinera at the gov...

El Salvador Obama Latin America

On the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama�s arrival, members of the Civic Council of Indigenous and Popular Organizations in Honduras (COPINH) demand...

President Barack Obama will leave Latin America hours before his originally scheduled departure.
El Salvador is the final stop on his five-day trip, and the only country in Central America he is visiting. The White House says Obama will leave Wednesday afternoon, after holding a conference call with his national security team to discuss the situation in Libya.


Updated : 2021-06-20 08:53 GMT+08:00