Copyright 2004

[ November 13th 2004 ]

Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie has spoken of her heartbreak after learning U.S. President George Bush had won a second term in office beating Democrat John Kerry to win the vote of the American public. Jolie says: "In the past, I was able to tell people, 'Trust me, that's not the American people - they're great.' But I can't say that now because the majority voted to support what is going on and it's heartbreaking for me that I can't defend the people I love in America."

Jolie, also a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, was recently awarded Cambodian citizenship by government officials in recognition of her humanitarian work there. The Tomb Raider star plans on spending Christmas in the region with adopted son Maddox. "I want to take Maddox somewhere in the middle of some interesting place in the world. I'll probably visit Cambodia only because I'm going to accept citizenship there.

"I met with the Prime Minister about stopping a dam from being built and we spoke about the different things I'd been doing in the country for the last few years. He said they'd given citizenship to two people on a humanitarian basis and offered me citizenship. I was extremely honoured and I love the people. It's my son's country so it's a great honour. I'll be just spending the day with the people there and have a celebration."

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