Filling in for Farrow
Actress Mia Farrow, ailing after almost two weeks on a hunger strike, announced on Friday that British billionaire Richard Branson would take over her protest in solidarity with people in Sudan’s Darfur region, Reuters news agency reports.
A spokesman for Miss Farrow said her health had deteriorated in the past few days and her doctor requested that she end the liquids-only fast she began 12 days ago to protest at Khartoum’s expulsion of more than a dozen aid agencies from Darfur.
• Compiled by Robyn-Denise Yourse from Web and wire reports
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