“Style of Jolie Exhibition” is the name of the new collection of jewelry inspired by Angelina Jolie. From 6 April 2011 can enjoy this exhibition has been organized in the Californian city of Beverly Hills.

The exhibition shows the collaboration between Robert Procop and actress Angelina Jolie in jewelry art. Proceeds from the collection will be aimed at children living in regions affected by conflict or natural disaster devastation.


As all of you read in my last post, She went to Tunisia. I found another article about her visit with more information! here it is, hope you like it!

Angelina Jolie paid a visit to Tunisia this week. Unfortunately, this sparked some unrest near the Libyan border, where a crowd of refugees wreaked havoc.

“The people were beyond excited to see her,” says a witness, until it went awry.

There were thousands of refugees screaming her name and chanting. The crowd was closing in on her and her security detail; it was intense.”

For safety reasons, the actress and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador was forced to cancel half her visit, which included plans to visit a Moroccan hospital.

Before the commotion, she spoke with refugees who fled the fighting in Libya. Tunisia has received more than half of the outflow from the war-torn country.

Despite the upset, Jolie didn’t lose sight of her mission.

“The international community has done well to reinforce Tunisia’s remarkable relief effort,” she said in a statement excerpted by the UN official website.

“But with 2,500 people still crossing each day, we cannot let the funding dry up and we need to sustain the momentum,” Angelina Jolie said.

Here you can see a video of her in Tunisia: http://www.tmz.com/videos?autoplay=true&mediaKey=43ac04ff-82bb-4ca1-b485-208f336e4bd7

As we can see in many pictures she was surrounded of many pepole that were expecting her and she was really kind with all the refugees (we can also see it in the video).

This event has shown up also in the spanish press (El Mundo) and even in twitter:

here is the link for other video much better than the other one: http://www.unmultimedia.org/tv/unifeed/d/17369.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

The goodwill ambassador for UNHCR, the American actress Angelina Jolie has visited a refugee camp on the border between Libya and Tunisia,  to see the situation of those displaced by the military conflict in Libya.

More than 400,000 people have fled in the direction of Libya, Tunisia and Egypt since violent riots broke out in the country in mid-February. The actress, girlfriend of Brad Pitt, is one of the most committed of Hollywood as evidenced by its accreditation goodwill ambassador for UNHCR.

Jolie also praised the “outpouring of generosity” shown by the Tunisians, fresh from its own revolution, to accommodate about half of the more than 400,000 people have fled to neighboring Libya.

“But there are still about 2,000 people each day cross the border from Libya to Tunisia, so we must not exhaust the financial means to evacuate and repatriate refugees,” said the ambassador of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in the town of Ras Adjir.

Therefore, during her visit, the actress gave an important contribution of the Jolie-Pitt Foundation to continue with humanitarian evacuations. The Foundation has taken over the cost of a return flight to their country of origin for 177 persons and the purchase of an ambulance to support the care offered to the injured who come to Tunisia from Libya.

Most people who come running from Libya are migrant workers, but also some from countries in conflict, unable to return, and therefore require international protection.

“They wait here with little hope, unable to return to their country of origin and not knowing what will become of them. This constant cycle of displacement must stop,” said Jolie.

After hearing the stories of some of the fugitives from Libya, actress appealed for the UN and NGOs have access to that country and to provide urgent humanitarian assistance, particularly food and medicines.

It also heard testimony from some sub-Saharan nationals in Libya were deliberately targeted to be confused with mercenaries in the service of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and called for opening a humanitarian corridor to allow those people access to places where they can hide. He recalled that no humanitarian corridor that thousands of sub-Saharan Africans are no other recourse but to jump into the sea aboard unstable vessels to reach the Italian island of Lampedusa, and in some cases die during the dangerous crossing.

Taken from: http://www.heraldodesoria.es/index.php/mod.noticias/mem.detalle/idnoticia.71580/relcategoria.104

Angelina Jolie is escorted through a security checkpoint as she catches a departing flight out of LAX airport in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon (April 3).

The 35-year-old humanitarian and actress reportedly caught a flight to the Middle East for another United Nations mission. Angie has been a dedicated ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a UN agency that currently assists 20 million refugees in approximately 120 countries.

“Female Force”

Posted: 31/03/2011 in Uncategorized

Angelina’s Comic


Angelina Jolie is depicted on the cover of the comic book Female Force: Angelina Jolie, which was released on March 30 by Bluewater Productions. / Angelina Jolie appears in a scene from the 2010 movie Salt. - Provided courtesy of Bluewater Productions / Andrew Schwartz, SMPSP / Sony Pictures

Thanks to a group of writers and designers, the wife of Brad Pitt can read his six children something special before going to bed, the mother of the young have their own comic, which tells the most famous moments of his life .

Bluewater Production company has published a new issue, on this occasion “Female Force” has a unique character: Angelina Jolie. The 32-page comic book written by Brent Sprecher and drawn by Nuno Nobre. It will recount the highlights of the life of Angelina Jolie: the professional side, his charitable work and family time crowd the pages of comics.

After launch, the writer himself said how much he had learned about the actress. “His struggle as an actress, mother and humanitarian often not revealed and we must commend his tireless dedication”, he confessed Sprecher.

The book that Angelina will be reflected part of his life has been put on sale this Wednesday in the U.S.. Its price will be $ 4. Angelina Jolie is not the only one with a comic itself, people like Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton already have one on their shelves.

Taken from: http://www.abc.es/20110331/estilo-gente/abci-angelina-comic-201103311132.html

Hey guys!

I found this girl, Lina sands, that is pretty alike Angelina Jolie. She is from Spain and now she’s living in LA. I’m posting also a video in which your are going to freak out how similar she is to this famous actress.

Enjoy it!!

Found this article from a few days ago that speaks of Angelina’s concern about Libyan refugees. Hope you like it.

Angelina Jolie has urged officials around the world to “protect” Libyans as they attempt to flee the nation under the reign of controversial leader Muammar Gaddafi.

Colonel Gaddafi has vowed to “fight to the death” amid the uprising sweeping the African nation, insisting he’s willing to “die as a martyr” rather than relinquish power.

As a result, an estimated 100,000 people are attempting to enter neighbouring countries, and Jolie – a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations’ high commissioner for refugees – is calling on authorities to “address” the crisis.

In a statement, she says, “It is critical that all parties respect the fundamental right of people in danger to flee to safety – whether civilians caught in conflict in their own country or refugees and asylum seekers caught in new conflicts. All I’m asking is that civilians be protected and not targeted or harmed.

“The world needs to address this moment. We have to give people safe passage, evacuation if needed, and ensure they have asylum. We don’t want to look back and find their deaths are on our hands.”