Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Visit Refugees In Syria

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Visit Refugees In Syria

Angelina Jolie, a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations’ refugee agency, UNHCR, and her partner Brad Pitt took time out this week for a journey to Syria, where they met with Iraqi refugees as well as the Syrian President.

After speaking with a mother named Hoda, who had once been kidnapped for ransom along with her son, the star of The Changeling told her, “There’s a lot of suffering in this part of the world; you’re a very brave and strong woman for putting this behind you for the sake of your children.”

Though the kids didn’t join Brad & Angelina at the refugee camp, they were apparently along for their trip to the Middle East. Later in the day the couple returned to Amman, Jordan, where they were spotted bringing their 1-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne to Licky Licious Ice Cream Shop for a special treat.

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Photo credit: UNHCR/S.Malkawi/Splash News

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  1. DEE DEE EUSTACE

    It was cute that she brought the twins and went to an ice cream shop after..No one has seen the twins for awhile… Thank you ..celebrity baby
    scoop ..

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  2. leah

    may god BLESS this women!!

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  3. Jenny Donovan

    Give these two celebrities credit for putting their time and money where their mouths are. Typically, I am disgusted by much of what the Hollywood crowd says and does. These two, however, are trying to do a very good thing on a regular basis. Congratulations to them, and keep up the good work. Maybe others in that industry can follow their lead and get involved with the human race. casino en ligne

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