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In distant lands, Obama's message of hope resonates

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / January 21, 2009

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WASHINGTON - He has been called the "world's president," and visitors from Paris to Port-au-Prince watched intently yesterday as Barack Obama took the oath of office. Perhaps more than any prior US president, Obama has resonated widely with non-Americans, from the British ambassador in the dignitaries' section (wearing long johns under his suit) to the Mongolian family in the crush ... (Full article: 751 words)

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