A woman delivers pamphlets Friday during a protest against President Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Obama is scheduled to visit Brazil today as part of a Latin American tour that also includes Chile and El Salvador. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
A woman delivers pamphlets Friday during a protest against President Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Obama is scheduled to visit Brazil today as part of a Latin American tour that also includes Chile and El Salvador. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
published Friday, March 18th, 2011
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BRASILIA, Brazil — It lacks the urgency of a nuclear crisis in Japan, or fighting in Libya or the threat of a government shutdown at home. But President Barack Obama embarks Friday on a trip to Latin America that many in the hemisphere consider long overdue and that the White House believes will help restore U.S. influence in the region.

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