Bad Girl Interrupted

Swibel, Matthew
July 2006
Forbes Asia;7/3/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p56
The article features Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie. She has focused international attention on her heartfelt cause, the plight of the poorest children in the developing world. She visits refugee camps in Southeast Asia and lobbies in the U.S. Congress on behalf of orphans with AIDS. The first photos of her new baby brought a reported $4.1 million payment from "People", all of it going to the charity.


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