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Countries That President Obama Visited While In Office

Name all the countries (other than the United States) that President Obama visited while in office. Countries are listed in the order he visited them.
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2009
Canada
United Kingdom
France
Germany
Czech Republic
Turkey
Iraq
Mexico
Trinidad and Tobago
Saudi Arabia
Egypt
Germany
France
Russia
Italy
Vatican City
Ghana
Mexico
Denmark
Japan
Singapore
China
South Korea
Norway
Denmark
2010
Afghanistan
Czech Republic
Canada
India
Indonesia
South Korea
Japan
Portugal
Afghanistan
2011
Brazil
Chile
El Salvador
Ireland
United Kingdom
France
Poland
France
Australia
Afghanistan
2012
South Korea
Colombia
Afghanistan
Mexico
Thailand
Myanmar
Cambodia
2013
Israel
Jordan
Mexico
Costa Rica
United Kingdom
Germany
Senegal
South Africa
Tanzania
Sweden
Russia
South Africa
2014
Mexico
Netherlands
Belgium
Vatican City
Italy
Saudi Arabia
Japan
South Korea
Malaysia
Philippines
Afghanistan
Poland
Belgium
France
Estonia
United Kingdom
China
Myanmar
Australia
2015
India
Saudi Arabia
Jamaica
Panama
Germany
Kenya
Ethiopia
Turkey
Philippines
Malaysia
France
2016
Cuba
Argentina
Saudi Arabia
United Kingdom
Germany
Vietnam
Japan
Canada
Poland
Spain
China
Laos
Israel
Greece
Germany
Peru
5 Comments
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Level 65
Jun 19, 2016
Great idea! He must have had lots of guards with him when he visited the Middle East ;)
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Level 43
Aug 13, 2016
I'm very surprised for Afghanistan (5X) !
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Level 56
Nov 11, 2016
I forgot Canada but got Vatican -___-
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Level 61
Nov 13, 2023
I got everything but Saudi Arabia
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Level 43
Aug 28, 2019
Spain?