Depart For London
President Obama departed the White House in the morning en route to London. He arrived in the evening for his first overseas trip as president and one of the most closely watched presidential trips in recent memory.
Over two days, President Obama attended the G20 Economic Summit and met with several world leaders, including British Prime Minister Brown, Russian President Medvedev, Chinese President Hu Jintao and Queen Elizabeth II.
» Obama: G20 Summit Marks "Turning Point" | Press Conference Transcript
» Obama Offers Condolences To CBS' Reid
» G20 Tightens Rules, Loosens Purse Strings
» U.S., S. Korea Seek "Stern" Line On North
» Are They "Struggling To Stay Awake?"
» Obama Takes His Show On The Road
» The President Meets The Queen
» U.S., Russia Agree To Reduce Nuke Count
» Obama Already A Success In London?
» The Obama-Brown Joint Press Conference
» Inside Obama's Meeting With Medvedev
» Obama Accepts Invitation To Visit China
Photos: Barack Obama In London
Photos: Obama At The G20 Summit
Photos: Michelle Obama's European Style
Photos: G20 Protests
Strasbourg, France, Baden-Baden and Kehl, Germany
Mr. Obama has moved on to the next leg of his trip for a NATO Summit in Strasbourg, France and in the nearby German cities of Kehl and Baden-Baden. Afghanistan was the key topic of discussion at the summit which also celebrated 60 years of the NATO alliance.
» Obama Praises NATO For Afghan Support
» NATO Leaders Endorse Obama's Afghan Plan
» Obama Reaches Out To The World
» An Obama Doctrine For U.S.-European Relations
» In Germany, Obama Says NATO Must Change
» Obama Keeps Calling On Americans In European Town Hall
» Sarkozy Says France Will Accept Guantanamo Detainee
» Obama Seeks World Without Nukes
» Obama Seeks NATO Help On Afghanistan
Photos: Obama Storms The Continent
Prague, Czech Republic
Mr. Obama was in Prague, Czech Republic, on Saturday night and Sunday where he attended a meeting with European Union nations. He also delivered a speech on nuclear nonproliferation.
» Security Tight In Prague
President Obama traveled to Ankara, the capitol of Turkey for meetings with the country's leaders. He also gave a speech on U.S-Turkey relations and the U.S.'s relationship with the greater Muslim world.
» Obama: U.S. Is Not At War With Islam
» Despite Promise, No Recognition Of Genocide From Obama
» Obama Seeks Help, Friendship In Turkey
» Saudis Report Plot To Assassinate Obama
Photos: Obama Travels To Turkey
Mr. Obama continued his visit to Turkey with a visit to Istanbul, Turkey's largest city. He toured the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque and did a town hall with students.
Surprise Visit To Iraq
President Obama was scheduled to head back to Washington, but instead he made a unannounced stop in Iraq to meet with troops and talk with the country's leaders.
» Obama Makes Surprise Visit To Iraq
» Most Of The Press Gets Left Behind In Istanbul
» Transcript: Obama's Speech To Troops
» Audio: Chip Reid On The Scene
» Background: Bush's Surprise Visits To Iraq, Afghanistan
Photos: Obama's Baghdad Stopover
Return To Washington
By the time he returned to Washington after an eight day trip, President Obama visited six nations and logged almost 13,000 miles.