Jolie Hits Iraq
The actress arrives in the war-torn state as a UN ambassador
Angelina Jolie has made a surprise visit to Iraq in her role as a UN goodwill ambassador.
The gorgeous actress touched down in the Baghdad today to raise awareness of the 2 million refugees displaced in the war-torn Middle Eastern country.
She met senior army officials and politicians after arriving and told CNN: There are over two million displaced people and there never seems to be a real coherent plan to help them."
The Beowulf actress added: "Of the two million internally displaced, it's estimated 58% are under 12 years old. It's a very high number of people in a very, very vulnerable situation and a lot of young kids."
Jolie says more needs to be done to help the refugees in Iraq.