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It’s time for “Six Degrees” — our weekly challenge for Connect the World viewers and Web users. [cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/SPORT/football/10/07/football.argentina.maradona.worldcup/art.maradona.jpg caption="Maradona's Argentina side have a had a tough campaign."]
Here’s how to play: We choose two people in the news this week and ask you to connect them through the six steps.
The week we’ve chosen billionaire investor, philanthropist and political activist George Soros – who has announced plans to invest up to $1 billion in clean energy technologies to combat climate change – and Diego Maradona, whose Argentina squad finally qualified for the World Cup finals Wednesday after a difficult campaign.
You need to come up with five other people between those two for a total of six links.
Leave your submissions in the comments section below, and the team will pick the most creative connection, and we’ll announce the winner on Friday’s show.
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To see previous challenges, click here. Happy connecting!