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JOLIE TALKS ABOUT TROUBLED CHILDHOOD

Angelina Jolie has said her experiences in Africa and Asia has taught her about the value of human life, referring to her trouble childhood. The Tomb Raider star says witnessing first hand the squalid conditions and deprivation experienced by millions of refugees has made her realise how lucky she is.

Last Updated: Jul 3, 2005

ANGELINA JOLIE AND PITT TO GO PUBLIC

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will use Sir Bob Geldof's Live 8 concert as a vehicle to reveal their secret romance, claims UK tabloid The Mirror. 'They have gone to great lengths to keep their love under wraps so far. Now both feel the historic event is the perfect place to officially introduce their relationship to the world.' a source told The Mirror.

Last Updated: Jul 2, 2005

BRAD PITT SNAPPED AT JOLIE'S MANSION

The off-screen romance between Mr & Mrs Smith co-stars Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt has again been fuelled after the couple were photographed at the Tomb Raider star's English country estate. Photographs of the couple enjoying some summer fun with Jolie's adopted son Maddox will appear in this week's People magazine in America, according to WENN.

Last Updated: Jul 1, 2005

SHARAPOVA DISPLACES ANGELINA JOLIE

Celebopedia, the Internet's leading celebrity encyclopedia, announced today the 10 most searched for celebrities for the week of June 20-June 26, 2005. The numbers reflect the amount of interest their entries in the celebrity encyclopedia earned in the week.

Last Updated: Jun 27, 2005

ANGELINA JOLIE LAUNCHES REFUGEE DAY

United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice have launched the 5th Annual World Refugee Day Celebrations at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C. Secretary Rice and Goodwill Ambassador Jolie presented awards to three winners of the 4th Annual World Refugee Day Poster Contest, which Jolie sponsors, according to UNHCR.

Last Updated: Jun 22, 2005

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