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Jolie Interview / Refugees (Part I) #936747

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 18, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The background story to the CNN interview with actress UNHCR goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie & Secretary of State Hillary Clinton {who broke her arm} reviewed. [In interview, JOLIE - speaks about the refugee crisis in Pakistan where the numbers of displaced people has jumped; indicates the situation in Afghanistan has gotten worse with it being dangerous to work with the refugees; recounts what she tells her kids about what she is doing when working with others; tells a story of a young person she worked with who passed away; recounts the story of a young girl in Tanzania who saved her little brother & the life she had to live with resilience; speaks about birthdays for her many kids.] Jolie family photos & video of Jolie in different places shown.
Cooper, Anderson

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