Top Stories

Angelina Jolie: Big Apple Outing with Knox & Pax!

Angelina Jolie: Big Apple Outing with Knox & Pax!

Angelina Jolie carries her four-year-old son Knox while out and about in New York City on Friday (April 5).

The 37-year-old actress and her little guy were joined by nine-year-old son Pax for an outing to FAO Schwartz!

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

The evening before, Angelina attended the 2013 Women in the World Gala to honor Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old girl who was shot in Pakistan. Check out the pics in case you missed them!

In case you didn’t see, check out fiance Brad Pitt‘s latest poster for his upcoming film World War Z.

Like Just Jared on Facebook
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 01
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 02
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 03
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 04
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 05
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 06
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 07
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 08
angelina jolie big apple outing with knox pax 09

JJ Links Around The Web

Wenn

433 Comments

Pages: « 112 13 14 15 16 17 [18] Show All

@Passing Through:
.
.OMG!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!! What in FRESH HELLL did I just look at?!! It was like the opening scene from Seven!! Lolol In other words, not authentic, not real and completely made up by someone who’s filled his personal space with props so that he can appear dark and edgy. Like PT said, ‘carefully ARRANGED to like eclectice and edgy.’ It was faker than a fake fcking movie set. Hahahahahahahaha. How in hell does, ‘chuckling, my skinny jeans are my first love in all season dahhhhling,’ go with vintage surgeon tools, and syphillis models of pox riddled faces, human dog teeth, tooth pliers, and penzoil cans?? How does an appt with Chris McMillan every week for a fresh black tar dye job, fake and bake self tanner, and manscaped brows and shellacked winged hair plugs covering the bald spot go with his edgy faux serial killer decor?? Answer: LIKE I SAID… It don’t. He’s as fake as Maniston’s most recent nose incarnation.
.
I am totally certain Teddy Bundeoux is still behind that exercise in narcissism he calls a website. I could see Huvane approving it, all in an effort for Maniston’s base to get to ‘know’ Bundeoux. Muahaha.
.
Oh, and get ready, if Brad is making a splash at the MTV Awards (and look at how much press he’s gotten after only an hour), then Huvane has known the date and most likely will set up a counter Maniston/Bundeoux PR play. I wouldn’t even put it past her to go with bundy in toe, shades of John Mayer era stalking.

*FILTHY|JOLIE|WHORE|PANTIES* @ 04/09/2013 at 12:47 am

thread gead
but FJWP alive
vomit
jolie still whoring as usual
leaving lots superstinky FJWP
many vile rotting soiled undergarment
horrible stench
CHANEL N°5 no help
jolie biggest whore ever
FJWP thick on ground
everywhere
all over BAMPZSKVille
all over LAX
all over washington dc
all over FAO [FJWP] Schwartz
all over waldorf tower
all over chelsea piers
all over lincoln center
all over santa barbara
all over congo + rwanda
all over gisozi genocide memorial
all over rescue camp
all over jungle
all over natural history museum of la
all over whole food
all over urban outfitter
all over parrot cay
all over miraval and rest of south of france
all over kurdistan
all over baghdad
all over turkey
all over lebanon
all over jordan
all over shores of windermere
all over the lake district
all over le touquet-paris-plage
all over costa navarino
all over messinia
all over pylos
all over santorini
all over paul allen octopus yacht
all over charter yacht mystique
all over olympics venue
all over sarajevo
all over wilton park
all over sussex
all over kent
all over canterbury
all over hamshire
all over ashridge estate
all over chiltern hills
all over unhcr hq
all over heathrow
all over richmond
all over pinewood studio
all over westminster
all over mayfair
all over sphinx
all over pyramid
all over egypt
all over galapagos
stuff cadillac
stuff lexus
stuff beckham bulge
float in ocean
plug surrey sewer
pollution
toxic biohazard
radioactiv
use thickest rubber
use gaz mask
use hazmat suit
use long pole
use net
use tong like big blue one
disease 4 u you with them
u puke anyway
u r warned now
beware
govern ur self
as u were

G8 war on sexual violence highlights complex crime
News Date: 8th April 2013

Ever since records began, rape has accompanied warfare the world over – often regarded simply as an unfortunate byproduct of conflict. Even the United Nations only classified it as a war crime as late as the 1990s.

Aid agencies have therefore welcomed the decision by the British presidency of the Group of 8 (G8) leading economies to focus on a war tactic that Foreign Secretary William Hague has called “our generation’s slave trade.”

But his campaign’s focus on prosecution and tackling a culture of impunity has also drawn criticism for presenting too simple a solution to a complex crime – surrounded by feelings of shame in most cultures ‘ and demands for long-term commitments.

“In September 2012, I was at the United Nations when Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide shook up a fluorescent-lit room of bored-looking bureaucrats by saying that what happened during the Bosnian war is ‘repeating itself right now in Syria’,”wrote Lauren Wolfe, the director of Women Under Siege, in a report last week.

Her project, which documents sexual violence in conflict, says Syria is experiencing a “massive rape crisis” not unlike that of the Bosnian war in the 1990s and which is in danger of being ignored.

A UN report published last month also said that rape is being used in Syria, a country engulfed for more than two years by a rebellion against President Bashar al-Assad, as a tool to displace the population and in particular by government forces to target the families of rebels.

The report details stories of men forced to rape their wives and daughters during house searches by government soldiers, as well as male prisoners being raped or forced to rape each other during detention by security forces.

Syria illustrates many of the problems that aid agencies have with Hague’s focus on prosecution.

Not only are women afraid to come forward because of the shame and fear of abandonment by their families. There are also few services on the ground – in Syria itself or in overcrowded refugee camps elsewhere – to help them.

They may also distrust the police and judiciary, or fear reprisals by perpetrators still at large.

When Hague takes his cause to other international organizations such as the UN and NATO, as he has promised, it is vital that he make three key demands to help respond to and prevent sexual violence, says Chitra Nagarajan, director of Gender Action for Peace and Security.

Firstly, giving women a more active role in peace negotiations would increase the chances of a lasting peace and ensure that issues relating mainly to them – such as sexual violence – are addressed.

In the past 20 years, only one in 40 signatories to peace treaties have been women, according to the UN.

Secondly, Hague needs to ensure more funding for women’s groups carrying out the dangerous work on the ground.

Just 1.3 per cent of funding aimed at promoting gender equality in the budget of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) went to women’s rights organizations and ministries, according to a recent report by charity Womankind Worldwide.

And lastly, there needs to be a long-term commitment to support women’s rights groups, “especially when we live in a climate of increasing threats to women’s rights activists.”

“Research published last year showed that mobilization of women’s activists has the longest lasting impact when it comes to addressing violence against women and girls,” says Nagarajan.

There are many examples of women activists being attacked: Hanifa Safi, a prominent Afghan politician who advocated women’s rights, and her successor Najia Siddiqi, were both assassinated last year.

In Kosovo, campaigner Nazlie Bala received death threats and was badly beaten outside her home last month after she publicly advocated a proposed law which would give financial support to the victims of sexual war crimes.

But even just visiting refugee camps and women’s groups, as Hague and filmstar Angelina Jolie did last month in Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, can make a difference, says Nagarajan, since “people can see that there are people that would follow up an attack.”

Howard Mollett of aid agency CARE International is hopeful of Hague’s initiative.

He believes that since the foreign secretary announced his plans to target rape in conflict last year, he has increasingly recognized that long-term action beyond prosecution is needed.

“When he was in the DRC he made a welcome announcement to support health funding there,” says Mollett, who helped set up some of the projects which Hague visited.

“And what I understand from our staff who met him on the trip, is that the enormity of the challenge and need for a multifaced approach to deal with and prevent gender-based violence have increasingly dawned on him.”
Source: GNA

Did Ticky Announce her pregnancy yet?? I guess Halle gave the trolls some hope..Nothing against Halle, but does the woman really believe we think it was natural. She’s turning 47 this year. More power to her.. but I can’t imagine having a teenager while applying for Medicare.

@Lurker: He is weird & messy.

@Passing Through: I like your comment, well said.Thank you. God bless the Jolie Pitt Family.

Waving to Neleh,Senior,Vicki,Anoble,Kimmy,lyric,Shar,Cee & to all lovely fans of Brad & Angie all over the world. God bless us all. God bless the Jolie Pitt Family.

Goodnight & be nice to one another.

Pages: « 112 13 14 15 16 17 [18] Show All

Comment and Share!








You have of 5,000 characters left.

A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here