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Back in Boston, Obama's aunt fighting deportation

President Obama's aunt was living on Flaherty Way in South Boston when her case drew scrutiny in the fall. President Obama's aunt was living on Flaherty Way in South Boston when her case drew scrutiny in the fall. (Evan Richman/ Globe Staff/ 2008)
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / March 24, 2009

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President Barack Obama's aunt, a Kenyan immigrant who ignited controversy last year for living in the United States illegally, has returned to her quiet apartment in a Boston public housing project to prepare for an April 1 deportation hearing that will be closed to the public. (Full article: 770 words)

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