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Obama trumpets message of unity in Europe

Barack Obama was greeted by up to 200,000 yesterday at the Victory Column in Berlin. 'I know my country has not perfected itself,' he said in his speech. Barack Obama was greeted by up to 200,000 yesterday at the Victory Column in Berlin. "I know my country has not perfected itself," he said in his speech. (jae c. hong/Associated Press)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / July 25, 2008

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BERLIN - Less than a mile from a point where the Berlin Wall once wound through this city's downtown, Senator Barack Obama yesterday extended his trademark message of unity to a global audience, inviting a large-scale collection of European supporters to join an era of liberal internationalism he said would be necessary to address the world's post-Cold War challenges. (Full article: 1085 words)

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