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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.

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@YIB:

no you don’t have 100 names,,you have 400
9months? remember that name you had?
you change your name every hour you proxy using fake, weirdo

everyone hates you here,,i hate you too, but i am the only one who wants to humour you.
we all know u are cray, and are responable for 75% of the trolling here

all the hallmarks of simy alnes

Went slumming over to Lamey’s cuz she usually has more pics………and Wow, did you see Angie’s outfit up close………….go over and check it out………gorgeous belted jacket………..more pics inside the store.

And Carry, if you had a brain you could name that, too.

Yes talking about love is buring for the interns….pathatic useless trolss and interns. sTopo stealing my name low blows
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But Brad and Angie if that is not done. If it is gonna be the same thing you gonna do , say and act Brad…. forget it. remember this. caa is pig and killing you. Better listen better learn to be satisfying and without giving no room for any speculation. Same with Angie be a woman. This time night for real…… steal away trolls.

The Ring = Jen the Lucifer @ 04/05/2013 at 10:37 pm

@The ring:
JL .. STFU and go support your fat barren cow thunder thighs dead end thread, and may the satan evils and demons be with you!

Oh look more passive agressive **** from people.com
They don’t mention Jolie opening her school, but they take passive aggressive shots at her school clothe claming she wants be taken seriously … guess the jolie – Pitts told the no exclusive wedding pictures , what a bunch of *******

@Bite me:
people jump the gun long time ago,i ceased buying a single mag from them,they are kissing tickys ass brcause they paid for her faux wedding pics

Below is a report of the final panel discussion from yesterday.
One of the panelists is Afghan Parliament member and is running for president this year. . Among her family, she was the first girl who went to the school. Literacy rate is increasing in that country and people will be able to access to the better opportunity if they can read.
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Afghan Panelists See Stability, Progress, but Hold Fears About U.S. Withdraw
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Three participants in the Women in the World Summit—Saad Mohseni, Fawzia Koofi, and Rina Amiri—are optimistic about the future, but agree that 2014 will be their nation’s most critical year. The future of Afghanistan is bright, and the country is on a path toward political stability, security, and economic growth—so long as the international community stays the course. That surprisingly upbeat assessment came during the final panel on the first day of the Women in the World Summit.
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The progress is real, but reversible, the panelists said, suggesting that 2014 will be the critical year. That’s when U.S. troops are set to withdraw and Afghanistan will hold its first national election since 2009. The panelists’ optimism was tempered by concerns that the U.S. and other Western powers, in a rush for the exits, will cut deals with the Taliban that could threaten the country’s gains.
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In a way, the makeup of the WITW panel itself (moderated by NBC’s Andrea Mitchell) is a testament to the dramatic improvements Afghanistan has seen in the last decade. Among them was Fawzia Koofi, a 37-year-old politician and advocate for women’s rights. Koofi was one of 19 children in a traditional polygamous family. When she was born, her mother, distraught that she couldn’t please her husband with a son, left Fawzia to die in the blazing sun. She was discovered and returned to her mother, who, overcome with guilt, vowed to give he as good a life as possible. Koofi became the first girl in her family to go to school. Now she is a prominent member of the Afghan Parliament and is running for president.
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Under the Taliban, there was no free press. Televisions were banned, and radio, controlled by the mullahs, was devoted almost entirely to the call for prayer or other religious programming. Today, panelist Saad Mohseni is known as the Rupert Murdoch of Afghanistan. As chairman and CEO of the MOBY Group, his television, radio, and Internet outlets are transforming the country. His news programs have exposed corruption and government incompetence. His entertainment programming may be having an even more profound social impact.
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Panelist Rina Amiri fled the country in 1973 during a time of great political turmoil after the king was overthrown. She returned in 2002 and has worked as a United Nations mediation expert devoted to bringing peace and reconciliation to her country. While Amiri is also optimistic about Afghanistan’s future, she said much rides on the success of next year’s election and the international community’s commitment to shepherding a fair process. “What is important is that the international community sticks by its principles,” she said.
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For his part, Mohseni rattled off statistics to support the proposition that Afghanistan was on an upward trajectory. Literacy rates have increased from 10 percent to 35 percent in the last decade and were projected to reach 55 to 60 percent in the next decade. Internet penetration has increased from zero to 20 percent. Cellphones are proliferating, bringing the information revolution to the most remote and primitive areas of the country.
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For Koofi, the evidence of progress was perhaps more intangible, but no less real. She cited the extraordinary resilience of young Afghans girls and the generational transformation that has taken place in their country. “Social changes are not measurable, but I can see the transformation of Afghanistan,” she said. Koofi cited the fact that school attendance among girls has remained steady, even in the face of acid and poison attacks on female students perpetrated by the Taliban.
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But perhaps the best evidence of Afghanistan’s robust democratic future: after the WITW panel, Koofi was rushing back to Afghanistan to participate in an important vote—the impeachment of several members of the ruling cabinet.

lurker @ 04/06/2013 at 12:06 am
@Bite me:
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I heard that US people has a kind of withdrawal syndrome from Middle East and the majority of people don’t want hear about it anymore and avoid it.
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In my country, various media outlets reflected these 10 years after US’s Iraqi Invasion and also related it to Afghanistan’s current situation and their conclusion was bitter to swallow for US people.

Passing Through @ 04/06/2013 at 1:31 am

I see Lenny & Squiggy have popped their heads out of the Punxatawney Phil’s hidey-hole to combat Angie’s WIW appearance. Could they be any more predictible?
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PS – Phone message for Squiggy: Olive Oyl called and she wants her boots back. 41. The dude is 41 and has somehow managed to find a pair of skinny cargo pants. WTF makes those? And why? Most importantly – why does a 41 y.o. man even know they exist let alone actually wear them?

My country’s PBS-type news show had exclusively got an interview with one of taliban leaders last year and they were saying some of taliban groups were ready to talk with western governments.
And today, BBC says same thing.
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-22037212
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5 April 2013
There is exactly one year to go before Afghans go to the polls to elect a new president.
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Months later Nato combat troops are due to complete their withdrawal from the country.
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The Taliban is still a major obstacle in bringing peace to the country but there are signs that negotiations with them could be worthwhile.
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Speaking to the BBC’s Caroline Wyatt, one of the key negotiators for the government, Masoom Stanakzai, said the Taliban leadership does want to talk.

hehehehe that means nothing changed at jj your attention still helping MANiston to stay famous. As long as she got your attention and the medicore existance they have as a couple continuing , They desend more. If fame doesn’t equal numbers it is useless and this wont amount one to neither. I love her but she too passinate like crazy she will kill me for saying that and telling truth but Truly How many time you say you quit? hehehe

groundcontrol @ 04/06/2013 at 2:45 am

I gave to the Women in the World Malala fund when it kicked off back in October and I would be happy to donate to a fund to arm all women in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Perhaps throw in some small nukes.
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Every young girl needs to be trained to defend herself and needs a pair of fatigues and door kicking boots.
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Peace.
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They are sooooooooooo cute

Brad Pitt hangs out with Eric Cantor at Horatio Alger Awards
Posted by The Reliable Source on April 6, 2013 at 12:20 am

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So Brad Pitt was in town — and we had to hear about it from Eric Cantor? The House majority leader casually tweeted a photo of himself Friday night with the movie star, who dropped in to handle celebrity duties at the Horatio Alger Association awards gala at Constitution Hall.

The annual event, which celebrates up-by-their-bootstraps success, has a knack for stealthily bringing in stars with little media spotlight — Rob Lowe, Tom Selleck and Oprah Winfrey, in recent years. But now there’s social media. According to photos shared online by guests, Pitt was sporting longish hair, a gray-tinged beard, and a slightly floppy black tie.

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Good Morning Everybody

Esapecially Rose, Passing Through, Anustin, Jaye, Premalee,NAN, Busted, First and last post, Who, Wonderbust, Sunny, Susan, Cliniqua, Lylian, Groundcotrol,Ssshii_baby, Bizzy bee, Dawne, Fyi12, Tish, Love The JoliePitts, and all the Jolie Pitt lurkers out there I hope you all have a good weekend.

LOL Pax is doing good job in using that bear & goggles as camouflage and Mr Knox well look at him so tall and waving like a prince would do he is so cute. Angie looks sheek as always love her coats i want one.

Oh dear don’t know to rejoice Halle’s & Olivier’s baby news, just have a feeling of trepidation, due to the volatile nature of those too and having a baby on top of it is that really a good idea?. Halle already has her hands full with one baby daddy drama i can’t imagine what will happen when she is getting ready for part 2, either way good luck to them i hope it all ends well.

0FILTY|ANISTON|WHORE|PANTIES|0 @ 04/06/2013 at 5:27 am

Ohhhhhhhhh NO…..NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!!!!!!
DOC. I KNOW I JUST LEAVE YOUR OFFICE BUT I JUST HEARD ANOTHER STORY BRAD GAVE ANGELINA HIS GREAT GRANDMOTHER’S WEDDING RING….
WHY HER AND NOT ME DOC.? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY?

LONDON: A fund set up by Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban for campaigning for girls’ education, is to send 40 girls to school in her home region with the support of US actress Angelina Jolie.
Malala, 15, announced the fund’s first project in a video message late Thursday to the Women in the World Conference in New York from Britain, where she was sent for surgery after the attack on her school bus last October.
She said the $45,000 grant, raised with the help of Jolie and two women’s charities, would send 40 girls aged between five and 12 to school in Swat.
“Announcing the first grant of the Malala Fund is the happiest moment in my life,” Malala said.
“Let us turn the education of 40 girls into 40 million girls.”
The location and name of the project will not be released for security reasons, the Malala Fund said.
It will provide a safe place to study as well as financial support for the families of the girls, who the fund said would otherwise be engaged in domestic labour or possibly sent to work.
Jolie, who introduced Malala’s video message, hailed the schoolgirl’s courage and pledged to give $200,000 to the fund.
“In a brutal attempt to silence her voice, it grew louder,” Jolie told the conference.
Malala, who has been nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, first rose to prominence aged 11 with a blog for the BBC’s Urdu service charting her life under the Taliban.
Her attempted murder sparked worldwide condemnation and millions of people have signed petitions supporting her cause.
She had surgery in February to repair the hole in her skull left by the gunman’s bullet, and returned to school last month in Birmingham, the city in central England where she was treated.
Malala’s father has taken a job as an education attache at the Pakistani consulate in the city, which has a large Pakistani community.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 6th, 2013.

Read more: Malala

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are always separated, she in New York and he in Washington
real love

The Jolie Pitts are the best multi taskers. Guess some dumb Aniston fans don’t know that NYC and D.C. are not even an hour away by plane. Their ignorance never ceases to amaze. THE WEDDING IS GOING TO SEND THEM OUT OF THTHEIR MINDS. I cannot wait.

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