Janice and James Raffle and their children meet President Obama
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Obama at Stonehenge: 'We squealed when we met president'

The American President Barack Obama stopped for a spot of sightseeing with a visit to Stonehenge on his return home from the Nato summit in Newport on Friday.

As he toured the ancient site, he chatted to a local family and posed for photos with them.

Janice and James Raffle, who live near Stonehenge, had come down to the monument with their three sons after hearing Mr Obama was there.

They told the BBC's Jules Hyam about their amazing encounter.

  • 06 Sep 2014
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