American actor Leonardo DiCaprio stands during the Japan premiere of his new movie "The Revenant" in Tokyo, Japan, Wednesday, March 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
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Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio may be banned from returning to Indonesia over his criticisms that palm oil plantations are destroying the country's rainforests and endangering wildlife, an immigration official said Saturday.Santoso said companies and organizations that objected to DiCaprio's comments have the right to request that immigration authorities bar him from reentering Indonesia, though none have done so yet.He said DiCaprio entered and left Indonesia legally with a proper visa and immigration documentation. DiCaprio is not the first Hollywood star to anger Indonesia's government with criticism of how it treats the environment.
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