Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], Mar. 16 : Angelina Jolie, who has been going through a rough time in her personal life, is not letting her 'humanitarian' work suffer due to it.
The 41 year-old, during a speech at the United Nations in Geneva, spoke against the "rising tide of nationalism masquerading as populism, and the re-emergence of policies encouraging fear and hatred of others," reports E! Online.
Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 21 : Looks like Angelina Jolie and her kids are satisfying their craving with something extremely adventurous.
Gone are the days when Jolie used to serve meat loafs on plate, as she is now happy frying those creepily 'tasty' spiders, crickets and tarantulas, reports TMZ.com.
In a recent interview with BBC, filmed in Cambodia, the 41-year-old beauty, other than discussing about some serious issues like politics, her divorce and raising up kids, spoke about the local cuisines with the reporter, which included bugs and insects.
Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 20 : One of the most heart-breaking celebrity news last year was the shocking ending of marriage between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
The 41 year-old-actress, in a recent interview addressed the difficult time after her divorce from Brad Pitt, in public for the first time, reports E!online
"I don't want to say very much about that, except to say it was a very difficult time. Many, many people find themselves in this situation. My whole family, we have all being through a difficult time.," Jolie shared.
New Delhi [India], Feb 19. : Oscar winner Angelina Jolie is back in the spotlight after a few 'turbulent' months.
The 41-year-old actress has kept away from the public eye since she filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in September. The two are currently engaged in a custody battle over their six children, reports E!.
Washington D. C. [USA], Feb. 19 : At the world premiere of her passion project ' First They Killed My Father' in Cambodia, Angelina Jolie referenced her deep connection to the place, since it is where her first child, Maddox, is from.
"I cannot find words to express what it means to me that I was entrusted with telling part of the story of this country," she said as reported by People Magazine.
"This film was not made to focus on the horrors of the past, but to celebrate the resilience, kindness and talent of the Cambodian people."
Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 3 : Angelina Jolie, like numerous other Hollywood celebs, has spoken out against President Donald Trump's controversial executive order that suspended the entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days and barred Syrian refugees indefinitely.
"Refugees are men, women and children caught in the fury of war, or the cross hairs of persecution," she wrote in an op-ed published in The New York Times, reports People Magazine.
London [UK], Jan. 18 : The biological mother of Zahara Jolie-Pitt, who Angelina Jolie adopted in Ethiopia in 2005, is now asking to be in "contact" with her daughter.
The mother, Mentewab Dawit Lebiso recently spoke to the Daily Mail, explaining her hopes to be a part of the 12-year-old's life.
"I just want her to know that I am alive and here and long to be able to speak with her," Lebiso said, adding, "I do not want my daughter back but just to be in contact with her and be able to call her up and talk with her."
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