Obama arrives in South Korea
November 10th, 2010
09:17 AM ET

Obama arrives in South Korea

(CNN) - President Obama arrived in South Korea on Wednesday, where the leaders of top global economies will convene at the G-20 summit to try to stabilize the world's financial markets.

Obama left Indonesia hours early, because volcanic ash from Mount Merapi could have grounded Air Force One, administration officials said.

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Topics: Asia • G-20 • South Korea • The News

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