Angelina Jolie is offering her advice to President Obama on the situation in Sudan's war-torn region of Darfur. "Their lives could hardly get worse," Jolie, a United Nations goodwill ambassador, writes in Newsweek magazine. "In Sudan, the administration should explore ways to bring [war criminals] to justice, even as it encourages stability in Darfur. This means bringing all permanent members of the U.N. Security Council on board to send the message that the international community will not tolerate mass atrocities… I also hope we will act sooner and more powerfully to prevent future atrocities." (Photo: WENN)

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