Angelina Jolie is mega Hollywood star that has an impressive list of credits to her name. Angelina Jolie has been focusing on growing her family with her finace Brad Pitt. Angie is a UN Ambassador and travels constantly internationally.
They’re one of the most generous couples in Hollywood, and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie received a personal phone call from a world leader to thank them for their generosity.
According to reports, Pakistan President, Asif Ali Zardari, called the couple to express his gratitude for their gift of $1 million to people displaced by anti-Taliban military operations in the country's northwest.
Continuing her work in humanitarian efforts, Angelina Jolie was one of the main speakers at the World Refugee Day conference at the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C. today (June 18).
The “Changeling” actress addressed the crowd, saying, "I know the strength that diversity has given my country – a country built by what some would now dismiss as asylum-seekers and economic migrants – and I believe we must persuade the world that refugees must not be simply viewed as a burden. They are the survivors. And they can bring those qualities to the service of their communities and the countries that shelter them.”
It looks as if two popular women of the U.S. will no longer be meeting up with one another.
Hillary Clinton had to call off her meeting today with Angelina Jolie, just after breaking her elbow. The two were supposed to rally at a World Refugee Day event and present awards at the American Foreign Service Association.
Using her celebrity to bring attention to a horrible crisis, Angelina Jolie has penned an article for Time magazine urging people to end the violence in Darfur.
Speaking of International Criminal Court’s Darfur investigation, the “Wanted” actress wrote, "The evidence the prosecutor has presented is clear and compelling… millions of people have been displaced and hundreds of thousands have been killed."