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US actor and activist, George Clooney, conducts an interview in the southern Sudanese capital city of Juba on Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011.  Clooney is visiting southern Sudan in a bid to draw attention to the situation as southern Sudanese prepare to vote in an independence referendum that will determine whether the region secedes from the north to form the world's newest country. His visit is the second in recent months, part of an advocacy campaign that landed him meetings with US President Barak Obama and other ranking US foreign policy officials. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)
Photo by: Pete Muller
US actor and activist, George Clooney, conducts an interview in the southern Sudanese capital city of Juba on Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011. Clooney is visiting southern Sudan in a bid to draw attention to the situation as southern Sudanese prepare to vote in an independence referendum that will determine whether the region secedes from the north to form the world's newest country. His visit is the second in recent months, part of an advocacy campaign that landed him meetings with US President Barak Obama and other ranking US foreign policy officials. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)

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