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POWELL JOINED BY ANGELINA JOLIE

A celebration of World Refugee Day on Thursday brought together a unique diplomatic pair: Secretary of State Colin Powell and actress Angelina Jolie. Ms. Jolie is the only ambassador I deal with who has her own fan club, Powell joked before about 100 invited guests and uninvited throngs of curious tourists and commuters in the cavernous main hall of historic Union Station.

Last Updated: Jun 19, 2002

EXTRAS NEEDED FOR TOMB RAIDER SEQUEL

Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider sequel will begin filming on August 26th at Pinewood Studios, London, and on location in China and Africa with Speed director Jan de Bont helming the Lara Croft franchise vehicle, and London-based agents 2020 Casting are currently on the look-out for Chinese or African actors as extras to star in the movie.

Last Updated: Jun 18, 2002

ANOTHER CHAPTER FOR DVD EXPRESS

E-tailer DVD Express has rebranded itself as DVD.com as part of its emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. This is the third identity for the company, which started in the dot-com heyday as Express.com before narrowing its sales focus to DVDs. DVD Express merged with Maximum Holdings, the publisher of GameFan magazine, in 1999.

Last Updated: Jun 13, 2002

ADVOCATES OF UNITED NATIONS TO MEET

An upcoming gathering of dozens of celebrities who lend their names as advocates of the United Nations will be an important step in their efforts to promote the world body's work, a senior UN official has said. The purpose of the meeting is to deepen their understanding of the UN and its many roles, to strengthen their connection to the whole UN system, and to reinforce their roles as advocates and spokesman who inform, who inspire and raise awareness and raise funds, who travel to the frontlines and help us carry our message to a larger public, Gillian M. Sorensen, the Assistant Secretary-General for External Relations, told a press briefing.

Last Updated: Jun 13, 2002

ANOTHER WEAK SHOWING AFTER U.S. LOWS

The downside pressure on European markets looks set to continue into the last day of the trading week, with brokers anticipating another tough session for stocks here as Wall Street ratcheted lower again overnight amid corporate governance and political concerns, dealers said. And there are now also real concerns about the strength of the economic recovery in the world's largest economy, with Thursday's very weak retail sales figures delivering a real blow to confidence.

Last Updated: Jun 13, 2002

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