This file picture shows lawyer Amal Alamuddin and actor George Clooney. (YouTube grab/ABC News)
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George Clooney Friday slapped down Britain's Daily Mail's apology over a report it had published on his future mother-in-law, saying the newspaper knew the story was false.Earlier this week, the newspaper published a report that Baria Alamuddin, a Lebanese-born journalist, was against her daughter marrying the actor and director on religious grounds. Clooney responded in a rare letter to USA Today, denying the report as 'fabricated' and saying it incited religious violence. However, the apology fell short of satisfying Clooney, prompting him to issue another damning letter that argued that the apology itself proved the newspaper knew in advance the story was a fake.
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