Jolie in tears over refugee memories    2005-06-18 22:30:42    

Angelina Jolie broke down in tears in an interview with CNN, while she recalled the first time she watched a child die in a refugee camp. She conducted the interview as part of her International Refugee Day celebrations in Washington DC, where she joined politicians and refugees at Capitol Hill.

Jolie confessed she'll always regret not doing more the first time she witnessed death at a refugee camp. The star tearfully confessed, "I went home and I thought, 'I should have at least taken one (child),' and I'll always kick myself for not trying with just that one. You realize that there are hundreds of thousands of people in the exact same situation and that a lot of these kids were going to die."

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