Obama honours Martin Luther King


US President Obama has led a ceremony to officially open a memorial dedicated to civil rights leader Martin Luther King, in Washington.

The statue is situated near the spot where Dr King delivered his famous "I have a dream speech" in 1963.

President Obama said Americans were right to celebrate Dr King's dream and his vision of unity.

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