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President Obama's Trip to Asia

The president and first lady take a four-country tour of Asia, stopping first in India. The administration hopes that Obama's trip will help bolster U.S. economic and security benefits abroad.

Obamas in Jakarta

Nov. 9: President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk an honor guard cordon as they disembark Air Force One upon arrival in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Indonesian Protesters

Nov. 9: Indonesian Muslim women hold posters during a protest against the planned visit of President Obama in front of the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Obama at St. Xavier's

Nov. 7: President Obama speaks at a town-hall style event with students at St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, India.

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Dancing for Diwali

Nov. 7: President Obama watches as first lady Michelle Obama dances during a performance by students for Diwali, the festival of lights, as they visit the Holy Name High School in Mumbai, India.

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Dancing for Diwali

Nov. 7: President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama dance with students as they celebrate Diwali during a visit the Holy Name High School in Mumbai, India.

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Diwali Festival

Nov. 7: President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama light candles in celebration of the Diwali festival as they visit Holy Name High School in Mumbai, India.

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First Lady Michelle Obama Dances in India

Nov. 6: First lady Michelle Obama dances with underprivileged children at the Mumbai University in Mumbai, India. 

First Lady Michelle Obama in India

Nov 6: First lady Michelle Obama, plays a "Duff" an Indian percussion instrument, with underprivileged children at the Mumbai University in Mumbai, India.

Mumbai Terror Attack Memorial

Nov. 6: President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama visit the memorial for the Nov. 26, 2008 terror attack victims at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel in Mumbai, India

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Beginning the Mumbai Tour

Nov. 6: U.S. Marines salute President Obama, second right, as he prepares to board Marine One after arriving in Mumbai.

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Arriving in Mumbai

Nov. 6: U.S. President Obama, left, shakes with U.S. Ambassador to India Timothy Roemer, second right, as he arrives in Mumbai, India.

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Obama Arrives in India

Nov. 6: President Obama, second left, is greeted by Indian and U.S. officials after arriving in Mumbai.

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Leaving Air Force One

Nov. 6: President Obama waves as he and first lady Michelle Obama step out of the door of Air Force One as they arrive in Mumbai, India.

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Securing the Taj

Nov. 4: Indian policemen await deployment orders outside the Taj Mahal hotel, unseen, in Mumbai, India. President Obama is scheduled to stay at the hotel on Nov. 6.

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Security at the Taj

Nov. 4: Indian policemen set up security barricades outside the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai, India. The 107-year-old hotel, which President Obama will stay in on Nov. 6, reopened for business in August, nearly two years after it was attacked by terrorists.

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President Obama's Trip to Asia

The president and first lady take a four-country tour of Asia, stopping first in India. The administration hopes that Obama's trip will help bolster U.S. economic and security benefits abroad.

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