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1. Obama was born on the 4th August 1961 U.S. Hawaii Honolulu 2. Obama's father, Barack Hussein Obama Sr., was from the Kenyan Luo tribe.

3. Obama `s mother Ann bulrush was from Kansas.

4. When Barack was two years old, his father left his family and attended a few semesters in a doctoral program at Harvard before he moved back to Kenya.

5. When Barack was six years old, his mother married with an Indonesian man.

6. Four years later, after the mother's second marriage, Obama was sent to his grandparents in Hawaii, while the mother continued her studies in Indonesia.

7. After high school, Obama got a scholarship and began studying at Occidental College, a private high school in Los Angeles. After two years he transferred to Columbia, where he completed the lower level studios in the recesses of political science.

8. In Chicago, he worked three years at a church relief organization that helped unemployed people in poor neighborhoods 9. In 1988 he left Chicago to study law at Harvard University. Here, he became the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review and received the equivalent of a Danish cand.jur degree in 1991 with top marks 10. Back in Chicago, Obama took part in work to get voters to register before he joined a law firm that works with civil rights. He also tought law at the University of Chicago. 11. Obama’s knowledge about his African father, whom he only met once again when he was in the States on short visits in 1971 12. They were engaged in 1991 and married on 3 October 1992. 13. The parents first daughter, Malia Ann, was born in 1998, followed by a second daughter, Natasha ( "Sasha") in 2001. 14. In 1996, Obama was elected to the Illinois state senate from the same area in Chicago, as he had in his time been working to improve conditions in. 15. 10th February 2007 Obama…...

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