Angelina Jolie visits thousands of Libyan refugees on the Tunisian border


As we talked about yesterday, Angelina Jolie flew out of LAX on Sunday, reportedly to go to the Middle East on some UNHCR business. Now we know where – Tunisia. Thousands of Libyan refugees have flooded through the Libya-Tunisia border, and are now living in makeshift refugee camps. She also used the trip to focus on some gaps in the international financing to support the refugees – and she announced that the Jolie-Pitt Foundation would be picking up some of the slack, donating Foundation money to help give 177 refugees the right of return, as well as financing a new ambulance for the camps. These photos (courtesy of some Tunisian media outlets) are of Jolie meeting with some refugees, and arriving at the airport. Here’s the UNHCR’s press release:

RAS ADJIR, Tunisia The UN refugee agencys Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie travelled on Tuesday morning to the Tunisian-Libyan border to urge greater international support for people fleeing Libya.

More than 400,000 people have escaped the violence in Libya in the last month, arriving in surrounding countries such as Tunisia, Egypt, Niger, Algeria, Chad and Sudan. Tunisia alone has received more than half of the outflow from Libya and has mobilized an outstanding relief operation.

The outpouring of generosity from the Tunisian people says so much for the future of this country, said UNHCRs Goodwill Ambassador. It is a sign of the openness sweeping across the region.

At the end of February, transit facilities were erected 7 km inside Tunisia to provide temporary shelter. At the same time, UNHCR and the International Organization for Migration began helping migrants home with a humanitarian air evacuation. Today, over 70,000 people have reached home safely with help from UNHCR and IOM, but more continue to arrive. Some 11,000 third country nationals are still in transit.

The international community has done well to reinforce Tunisias remarkable relief effort, said Jolie. But with 2,000 people still crossing each day, we cannot let the funding dry up and need to sustain the momentum.

During the visit, an important contribution is being made by the Jolie-Pitt Foundation to help sustain the humanitarian evacuations being carried out. The Foundation covered the costs for a flight of 177 persons to return to their countries of origin and purchased an ambulance to help support Tunisian efforts on the border to assist the injured arriving from Libya.

We would encourage others, individuals and governments, to continue to support and assist with the needs on the ground, said Jolie.

While migrants make up the majority of these new arrivals, there are also some 2,500 people from war-torn countries who are unable to return home and thus require international protection.

They’re waiting here with little hope, unable to return home and unsure of what’s to come. This constant cycle of displacement must finally come to an end, said Jolie.

In conversations on Tuesday with people who had recently left Libya, UNHCRs Goodwill Ambassador was told of heavy fighting inside the country. She listened to harrowing stories of checkpoints, harassment and assaults. She appealed for measures that would allow the UN and non-governmental organizations to access Libya, and to distribute urgent assistance, including food and medical supplies.

Jolie also heard dramatic accounts of eastern and sub-Saharan Africans being deliberately targeted inside Libya. Many remain in hiding in desperate conditions, unable to move for fear of violence. Jolie called for a humanitarian corridor to facilitate the safe access of these populations to points of refuge.

Without this corridor, thousands of eastern and sub-Saharan Africans are escaping Libya by sea, relying on unseaworthy vessels organized by smugglers. In recent weeks, there have been several landings on the small Italian island of Lampedusa as well as interceptions off the coast of Tunisia. There are also reports of some people not surviving the perilous journey across the Mediterranean.

[From UNHCR]

It sounds like Libya is becoming Europe’s Cuba, right? Refugees making sea journeys on makeshift rafts and boats, trying to get someplace where their lives aren’t in mortal danger. It’s all so… sad. Ugh. Just what the Middle East needs, right? Another overwhelming refugee crisis.

Go here for the UNHCR Donation Page.

UPDATE: X17 talked to a photographer covering the goodwill trip, and the guy says Angelina caused a mini-riot. The refugees were chanting her name and they kind of went crazy when she got on the ground.

Oh, and I still think she looks pregnant.





Photos courtesy of the UNHCR, Tunisian blogs & media outlets.

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  1. Reality says:

    Good for her. I’m starting to warm to Angelina in her UN capacity.

  2. Parisienne says:

    Not really Cuba. Libya was full of foreign workers as it is (was?) one of the richer African countries. These people are now fleeing the country. Furthermore, Libya/Tunisia is one of the three points in the Mediterranean where you can bridge the sea to get to the European Union very easily (the others would be Greece and Gibraltar). Therefore it always attracted a lot of foreigners, who are now in the middle of a civil war.

  3. soso says:

    There’s a seventh tattoo so whether by adoption or birth, there will be another Jolie-Pitt very soon.

  4. Cheyenne says:

    @Parisienne: It’s not just foreign workers fleeing the country, it’s anyone who can get to safety.

    Nice to see Angie walks the walk as well as talks the talk.

  5. mln76 says:

    Good on her for her work as I have said before it’s inspiring. BTW the Goodwill Ambassador program started in 1954 and will continue with or without Angelina so everyone who wants to put her down for doing this work needs to remember that she is simply doing the job the UN wants her to do….CB ITA agree about baby #7.

    EDIT @soso yeah there was another pic taken of her 7th tattoo that was on the JP fan sites. Like I have been saying for a bit now there is definitely something happening in the JP family.

  6. Canuck says:

    For the record, Tunisia is in North Africa, not the Middle East.

    Gadaffi doesn’t give a crap about his own people otherwise he would have left, never mind the sub-Saharan Africans who are in Libya. No amount of appeals is going to make him any less selfish. A well placed sniper would be far more effective. Maybe she can lure him out into the open with an offer of bunga bunga so someone can get an unobstructed line on the guy.

  7. Brittney says:

    Ten years later and she’s still making a big impact in the lives of refugees. I wish there were more people like her.

    Also, it seems that reports were accurate about her adding a seventh set of coordinates to her bicep. Have they already secretly adopted another child? I’m so confused.

  8. Chicoulina says:

    soso you’re spot on!!There is a 7th tatoo!!
    This woman cannot have a bad picture taken from any angle.Amazing!

  9. soso says:

    She should be America’s foreign ambassador – very diplomatic, respectful and doesn’t get into politics but speaks with commomn sense.

  10. Kaiser says:

    OMG, there is a seventh line! Yeah, here comes another Jolie-Pitt. I’m thinking she’s pregnant again. She looks it.

    Fingers crossed that they name this one Fax Cannes.

  11. Raven Sparrow says:

    Well seeing that each tattoo pinpoints the place of birth of every child, logic would say they’re adopting. But when I look at the recent pics I can’t help but feel she’s pregnant.

  12. Folly says:

    I am so proud of her,she is a good role model,i wish her safe trip back home

  13. seri says:

    What she’s doing is great–on a side note, her arms look hella less bony and her face is much softer. Not alot of cred to those Baby rumours, but she looks like she’s actually taking care of herself again. Hopefully.

  14. sassenach says:

    I think it is great that she has contributed her time, fame and money to the Libyan Refugee Crisis.

    I don’t think she is pregnant I think they have adopted another child. This is really embarrassing for the tabs that they have been able to keep this to themselves for so long without the tabs picking up on it.

  15. asd says:

    Another pictures of St Slutgelina buying kids all over the third world. Is there spring sale or somthing? Is she using black amex or cash? Just wondering.

  16. Rose says:

    Poor asd, so filled with rage and hate.

  17. Eve says:

    I’m happy that Jolie’s willing to give some of her time to the causes in which she believes. I think she’s a nice person.

    I do not think she’s perfect, I’m sure she has her flaws but regardless of what happens in her personal life I have to admire her for this.

    P.S.: Don’t think she’s pregnant. *shrugs*

    P.P.S.: Do not feed the troll. That is a troll, people.

  18. Reality says:

    I agree with the adoption theory, it would explain the new tattoo if the baby was born already.

    Maybe they’ve already taken him or her home? If Sandra Bullock can hide a baby in the middle of a media meltdown, then surely Brad And Angelina can too?

  19. e.j says:

    I think she looks good and As a tunisian I can tell you that I am very proud of my country ,thanks to solidarity we helped more than 200 000 refugiees ! (well tunisia is the northest country in Africa)

  20. Amityvillelives says:

    Maybe she is adopting again because if the seventh line is already there, then it can’t be because shes pregnant because she wouldn’t add the “birth” place until she has had the baby.

  21. Tiffany says:

    @ Littlewing. There is a difference between education and being educated and this women on all platforms is and if she is not goes to someone who is. Trust there are plenty of ivy leagued people who are not educated. I will say this, if I had a ridiculous amount of disposible income like her and Pitt, I would be doing to exact same thing with my money. Agree with @ soso, she goes in, handle her business and leaves, no name calling or blame, just trying to help refugees.

  22. Jaded says:

    You know….just to throw it out there, Angelina and Brad always put their money where their mouth(s) is/are, through their foundation, through her involvement in UNHCR, she travels to these hell-holes and shows again and again that she takes her humanitarian responsibilities very seriously. Same with Mia Farrow, she really has been a shining example to other filthy rich celebrities to do their part. That is, with the notable exception of some like J-Lo and her husband, who appear to be the most tight-fisted fame-whores ever. What do they donate to? For that matter what does Jennifer Aniston do? It makes little sense to me that when I’m scraping by on a small salary, I still donate to causes, only a few hundred here and there, but it’s something I feel compelled to do. And the J-Lo’s and Anistons of the world? What do they do? Certainly they don’t drop a million on Haiti or Japan or Darfur or New Orleans like Sandra Bullock and countless others do. Oh well, just being my usual Jaded self this morning.

  23. Mika says:

    I’m hoping for another adoption, hopefully of a slightly older kid (like they did with Pax) so many kids around the world need parents. Angelina may have just gained some weight because her kids are getting older, she’s working less, and she’s just less stressed. She looks better than she has in a while.

  24. Mika says:

    Also, the tattoos represent where their children were born, if it’s a biological unborn child, that wouldn’t make sense.

  25. Isa says:

    I’m sure it’s all meant well from her side, but what does this really DO for the refugees, apart from the fact that they get to see proof of a real life celebrity who cares for them?

    I don’t call this humanitarian work. Maybe I’m a cynic but there are people who are living on the premises of disaster 24/7 and devote all their time and energy to helping those in need and are willing to get their hands dirty.

    It makes it all so staged and attention goes to Angelina and not to the actual needs of the refugees.

    I’m sure this has been said many times before and everybody is over it and has accepted it, but I just can’t help getting this feeling every time I see her staring and listening to people’s horrible stories when she herself can just go home to her beautiful house and wealthy life.

    I guess I’m a little fed up with the UN and their ambassadorships. Maybe they just need to do a better job in bringing across their message of those in need, so this attention whoring would not be necessary.

    I’ve heard far more from celebrities who work with small charities and really get involved, then UN ambassadors like AJ who just visit now and again.

  26. Kim123 says:

    In Newsweek’s list 150 Women Who Shook the World , there were only 3 actresses Angie, Mia and Ashley Judd. I’m so proud of all them for using their celebrity to bring attention to important causes.As someone said on another site doing good is more important than looking good.

  27. Amityvillelives says:

    LittlewingIMDB, considering Angelina is a member of the Foreign Council which has govt members, as well as being a UN Ambassador, I think that attests to her knowledge and experience in this area, if Mandela’s endorsement does not.
    Olivia the loonifer, no matter what picture you post to take away from the topic, she still will look better than your idol, on her worst day. So deal.

  28. Johnny Depp's Girl says:

    She is pregnant or they like the two rule thing.. so adopt one and have one.

    They usually go hand in hand.

    Also, kudos for helping those poor refugees. I wish I could.

  29. MrsOdie2 says:

    Those poor people. This is such a crisis. What will become of these helpless women and children? But more importantly, is Angelina going to have another baby?

  30. Dingles says:

    I respect the fact that she’s been doing this for years. Many celebrities go through a phase where they pretend to be concerned about world events for publicity then go right back to not giving a sh*t. Angelina obviously takes this very, very seriously and sets herself apart in how much time she dedicates to refugees in other countries. It’s inspiring.

  31. mln76 says:

    @Isa I’m sure it’s all meant well from her side, but what does this really DO for the refugees

    Well according to the UNHCR the Jolie-Pitt Foundation actually bought tickets for 177 refugees to return to their home countries. The UNHCR visits are just one small piece of her charity work across the world with the UN and without them, and believe it or not some of her work isn’t as publicized.
    People are so hard on her. Of course she is just one person she can’t solve every problem in the world but she is doing what she can in the capacity available with the skills that she has. What’s so wrong with that?

  32. N.D. says:

    Good for her to do something material for these poor people along with raising awareness this time.

    If she continued with the same idea then they’ve adopted another child. Although I’d be really surprised as in her latest interviews she was rather firm about them not thinking about adding to their family at the moment.

    Maybe she has changed the rules and it’s Brad’s coordinates or their secret wedding or something else family related?

    P.S. Have you seen those latest pics of Brad? It’s a riot 🙂

  33. tracking says:

    The studio probably told her to put on some weight for Cleopatra, a role I doubt she’d jeopardize with a planned pregnancy. Adoption makes for sense for several reasons. She does look healthier, much better. As for the back and forth about her humanitarian efforts, it’s a win-win for her and those that need the help. I believe she has raised awareness for the refugee crises around the word. Why debate percentages?

  34. skibunny says:

    ITA with #27.
    This certainly keeps her relevant which is important in her line of work. But I also think she cares deeply. How could you not after seeing this first hand.
    I think her celebrity overshadows the countless others who give just as much if not more time and money to these causes and get zero recognition. I, for one, do not need some token celebrity to remind me to donate. Read the newspaper, listen to the news. It’s everywhere!

  35. Bill Hicks is God says:

    Co-sign with Isa (#27).

    @#37: “Good for her to do something material for these poor people along with raising awareness this time.” By what, being photographed looking on the verge of tears all the time. You’re aware she’s an actress, right?

  36. Cheyenne says:

    There sure is a seventh tattoo line! Can somebody blow that photo up?

  37. Isa says:

    @ mln76:

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with her doing charitable work and I’m not hard on her, because I feel she is genuine in what she does.

    I just get frustrated when I see these photo’s of another UN visit to a refugee camp. The people go ballistic, because they’re happy she is there, as a form of recognition for their circumstances.

    However, there is just not much she can do, like you said she is not a miracle worker and it seems unfair to the refugees to give them hope by sending someone so high profile who basicly can’t do a lot for them, but witness the misery of their conditions.

  38. Victoire says:

    I agree, she looks pregnant. But beautiful =)

  39. mln76 says:

    @Isa I see what you are saying but I disagree. I think one thing is when someone from the outside comes to see you it at least shows that someone out there cares. It doesn’t fix and heal all wounds but it can be an emotional salve in tough times. Now I am not saying she is a saint or perfect but I admire her work. I think it’s better than doing nothing or simply writing a check but that’s just one woman’s opinion.

  40. Laloper says:

    here photo with actor of her bosnian movie. you can see 7 tatoos

  41. Isa says:

    @ mln76

    I agree with you: it’s better than doing nothing, but there are other options to raise awareness and really make a difference.

    For some reason I always felt that AJ identifies with refugees, but she just isn’t a refugee and has never been in the circumstances that they are. It’s not mandatory to have experienced it yourself, but the way her visits are presented it just looks like a show case, although she comes across as serious about her work.

    It’s nice that someone from the outside comes and sees them, but she also always leaves and goes back to her, let’s be honest, priviliged (well earned through hard work), life.

    There are reports that when AJ left the camp early, the refugees felt betrayed and disappointed.

    It’s just not fair to them. I even can say that it’s also not fair to her because there isn’t much she can do. But the big difference is: she can make her own decisions and they simply can’t.

  42. Kira says:

    Why don’t people just google her if you want to know what she’s done? Apparently, she’s built a girl’s school in Afghanistan, built a wildlife foundation in Cambodia, built a health center, built a wildlife sanctuary in Namibia, etc. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. She doesn’t just go to these places and leave. It only takes a little bit of googling to see it. It amazes me that people can’t take a few seconds of time to investigate something before they criticize her.

    But nothing will satisfy the people who dislike her, apparently. I can’t stand her as an actress, but I can’t deny the fact that she is passionate about her charities. She has a 11 year track record to prove it. And more power to her on this. She could be sitting on her ass and doing nothing like so many other useless celebs out here.

  43. N.D. says:

    Apparently, from what I can discern, this 7th line points to some place in US.

  44. Cheyenne says:

    @Laloper: Dang, now you have to register to access that site. Can you read what the seventh line says?

  45. Runs with Scissors says:

    Yeah, she should just give away everything she owns, quit acting, and move her family to a hut in the middle of nowhere and starve. Then she might be doing “enough.”

    Give me a f*cking break already. People are so ridiculously hard on her. I’ll be watching for all these enlightened comments on a Clooney or Damon post, eye-roll.

    @mln76, I applaud your saint-like patience in bothering to respond to this infantile thinking.

  46. mln76 says:

    @Cheyenne some people are positing that it’s actually Brad’s birth coordinates.

  47. crazydaisy says:

    I thought I read something last month that said there was another adoption from an African country in the works, maybe Sierra Leone? A girl. Am I dreaming?

  48. Catherine says:

    *sigh* I love this woman.

  49. soso says:

    The 7th line seems like it’s the US. The latitude is N 35 19 44 but you can only see W for the Longtitude part. Time will tell. Do not underestimate the Jolie-Pitts, they have their priorities and bizness in order and no one knows jack until it’s in your face.

  50. N.D. says:

    Brad birth town coordinates are
    35°20′33″N 96°56′2″W

    So it’s close but not quite. Although may be he was actually born some place nearby and was only registered in that town?

    Or they did actually get married while visiting his family this Chrismas?

  51. John Wayne Lives says:

    Noone is one dimentional. We all grow and fail and learn and grow some more. We all have good days and bad days, do the right thing and sometimes the wrong thing.
    And whatever her motivations (so oft speculated on) are, I respect her and the JP’s for their actions.

  52. Cheyenne says:

    @mln: She said in an interview one that she has Brad’s co-ordinates tattooed “someplace else”.

    @soso: Dang, you must have one powerful magnifying glass. All I can see is a seventh line.

  53. Isa says:

    @ Runs with Scissors:

    I think you misunderstood my comment. I am not hard on her as a person of not acknowledging the hard work that she does or questioning her motives.

    Too bad that you are taking my words out of context, because that is not what I meant at all.

  54. lucy2 says:

    I don’t always buy what she’s selling, but I do think she is sincere in this sort of work that she does.

  55. Lucky Charm says:

    It seems like those coordinates are Shawnee, Oklahoma (Brad’s birthplace).

  56. Solveig says:

    Sorry, but this bullshit really upsets the hell out of me.
    This is effing UN propaganda to justify the Libyan war that Us, Uk, France, Spain and effing Italy started last month.
    What about the Eritrean Refugees who died in Lybia for years trying to reach the Tunisian border and come to Europe?! Those very same refugees that Europe itself was so happy Gaddafi’s army kill or let them wander in the desert.
    Go praise those demented who are goodwill ambassadors of such a corrupted organization…

  57. Cheyenne says:

    N.D.: Brad birth town coordinates are
    35°20′33″N 96°56′2″W

    Then I don’t think the coordinates are for Shawnee Oklahoma. The close-up is fuzzy but it looks like it says N 35 19 44, W 52-something. It definitely doesn’t say W 96-anything. But W 52 makes no sense at all, because that is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

    See if you can read it:

  58. sandy says:

    what a lady, i love that she gives us intelligent things to discuss besides the obvious, movies,clothes,boyfriend choice,spas,where she was seen eating, hair cut style/color,going to the gym, buying ice cream, selling new perfumes, endorsing a product,going to function for fame/face time, ugh! etc. you get the point.she does such an amazing work and is a caring, selfless person, no one is perfect, she can’t do it all, but at least she is consistent and her heart is in the right place.

  59. horizonte says:

    i also think they are the coordinates from brad’s hometown. this photo gives you a better look:

  60. Lisa Turtle says:

    As I have a recently acquired card-carrying Brangeloonie-statuts, I feel its appropriate to say: EEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!

    @ mln76 – Good catch with the 7th tattoo! They must have recently adopted a child, probably a baby younger than the twins, and I bet from Africa. Perhaps Angelina is on this trip for humanitarian purposes, but also to bring home her new baby?

    I think she looks pregnant too. Maybe she liked having two at once, like with the twins? I still think the Jolie-Pitts are all organized as little pairs.

    Her work is truly inspiring. I love what she does with her celebrity, she really works for causes, and she means it. She is a good woman.

  61. Lisa Turtle says:

    @ skibunny & others who say celebrities don’t need to draw attention to these causes…

    1.) What else are they going to do with their fame? Shill crappy products like TrimSpa?

    2.) By visiting these people, as a good will ambassador, she raises morale in the camp. It shows that the “Western World” hasn’t forgotten them. Plus, she’s a beautiful, famous movie star. A bright spot in what has otherwise been the worst experience of their lives. You don’t need her to “tell you” to donate, but they need her to get their message out. If the message was out, then they wouldn’t be struggling to get enough supplies for the camp.

    3.) She testifies in Congress on behalf of UNHRC. Those Congressmen and women get just as star struck as the rest of us. Everytime she goes there, legislators line up to meet her and take pictures wiht her. They like to hear what she says.

    4.) She DOES know a lot about the plight of refugees. She’s been on countless missions. Just because she has a day job doesn’t mean she can’t moonlight as an advocate for the oppressed and forgotten.

  62. Jeannified says:

    Well, the obvious has not been stated here and that is that Angelina has a seventh tattoo on her arm, where her children’s coordinates are located. An adopted baby to be seen soon?

  63. Cheyenne says:

    @horizonte: The longitude coordinate doesn’t fit. It’s extremely difficult to read but it looks like it says W52 or W50-something. It definitely doesn’t look like W9-something but the longitude for Shawnee Oklahoma is W96.

    I’m on a different computer now (better monitor and the latitude is definitely N35 19 44. It’s hard to tell what the number after the W is but it doesn’t look anything like a 9 or even like an 8.

    I give up. If/when Angie wants everybody to know what it’s about, she’ll explain it.

  64. Cheyenne says:


    Angelina Jolie’s New Tattoo Sparks Adoption Speculation

    During a U.N. goodwill trip to the Tunisia-Libya border this week, Jolie, 35, was photographed showing a tattoo of a new set of map coordinates on her arm, just underneath tattoos of coordinates of the birthplaces of her six children with Brad Pitt, 47.

    …a source close to Jolie warns not to read too much into her skin art, telling PEOPLE that all adoption speculation is false.

    Nobody said she’s not pregnant, though. Makes ya go “Hmmmm…”

  65. Reality says:

    N 35 19 44, W 5 2 = Morocco?

  66. nnn says:

    I like intelligent women who don’t spend their time and money catering about themselves all day long, whining, like cry babies, tanning, boozing and looking in the mirror traking every flaw of their body to fix it pronto without ever catering for the brains, without ever showing some sign of growth and maturity.

    I like women with some depth, various interests and passions that are more intellectual driven than shopping and beauty, than sea sex and sun.

    The fact that she had that passion since she turned 25, while others only like to party at that age,tells a lot about her maturity, a lot about her search for other values than fluff, superficiality and appearances.

    So many with her beauty potential would have spent most of their time keeping it on top like when she played Lara Croft, flaunting it left and right at any possible occasions like she only defines herself through her beauty (typical bimbo mindset), like it’s the most important thing a grown ass woman should take care of and should be known of.

  67. Cheyenne says:

    @reality: No. Morocco is east longitude. Everything east of Greenwich, England is east. I can’t make out the number that comes after W but it doesn’t look like a 9. Can anybody tell what it is?

  68. Reality says:

    @Cheyenne. No. Morocco is longitude west. Look it up.

  69. Louise says:

    @Runs with Scissors I agree with you. I’ve said it many times but it’s bizarre that Angelina is so hated for doing these UN trips but people absolutely gush about what wonderful people George Clooney and Matt Damon are for making the same kind of trips. Nobody has ever posted they aren’t doing anything and the trips are pointless since they just leave to return to their wealthy lives.

    As for the tattoo she gets them after giving birth and after bringing an adopted child home. It wouldn’t make sense if she was pregnant and although they had just one family outing I can’t imagine they would leave a newly adopted child home alone.

  70. lisa says:

    Wow..I actually enjoyed reading most of the comments today.

    Not sure what the new tat means.I’m sure she or Brad will be asked about it in due course. Not sure about a pregnancy. Cleopatra is not due to film until 2012. That is a long time away. Almost a year. She does not have any other film work lined up; except for KFP 2 and her film which she is going to preview for the cast at the end of April. I read that she has invited them into town for a special celebration.

    Anyway.. I love her dedication. And yes she does bring awareness. I don’t see these kinds of stories on gossip blogs on a daily basis. So yeah she makes a difference.

    Bravo Angie.

  71. Camille says:

    I completely agree with: nnn, Lisa Turtle, sandy, John Wayne Lives, Runs with Scissors, Eve and a few others. Excellent, well said comments guys. 😀

    AJ looks as beautiful as ever in these photos 😀 . I’m leaning towards her maybe being pregnant too, but I actually hope it is just a little weight gain.

  72. Emily says:

    I’m reading it as N35 19 44, not sure about the W. I tried that latitude with a longitude of W5 2, and it came up with the North coast of Morrocco.

  73. shorty says:

    I am happy that she keeps everyone guessing what is going on in her life and then again what is it to ya? Most people hate on her for whatever reason. JEALOUSY OBVIOUSLY but yet want her to be “sharing” and she did that in her 20s without any provocation but it got her nowhere and no respect. She has learnt her lesson and it’s wonderful that she chooses when/what, if anything, to disclose on her own terms. Furthermore she owes no one any explanations. You’re not Brad or her children.

  74. shorty says:

    I am happy that she keeps everyone guessing what is going on in her life and then again what is it to ya? Most people hate on her for whatever reason. JEALOUSY OBVIOUSLY but yet want her to be “sharing” and she did that in her 20s without any provocation but it got her nowhere and no respect. She has learnt her lesson and it’s wonderful that she chooses when/what, if anything, to disclose on her own terms. Furthermore she owes no one any explanations. You’re not Brad or her children.

  75. Cheyenne says:

    @Emily: DANG!! I was looking at West 50-something, not West 5-something. You’re absolutely right, Morocco is within those coordinates — but I’ve never heard of Angie or Brad being anywhere near Morocco.

    Married couples or single women can adopt from Morocco, and unlike Algeria, the adoptive applicants don’t have to be Muslim.

    The plot thickens…

  76. Cheyenne says:

    Okay, if anybody can blow this one up and make it legible, problem solved.

  77. Amityvillelives says:

    I have a feeling that Brad and Angelina got married and that last co-ordinate might be where they (the parents)got married, “sealed their family” type thing.

  78. N.D. says:

    It’s N 35 19 44 W 96 55 26
    See the pic.

    Points to the hospital where Brad was born.

    I doubt she managed to give birth secretly and People denied adoption so I think it only leaves Brad.

  79. Cheyenne says:

    @ND: I can read every number except the number right after the W. If that number is a 9, then it’s Shawnee OK, more specifically the hospital Brad Pitt was born in.

    Mystery solved.

  80. Sakyiwaa says:

    OMG! This Seventh Tattoo Line Mystery is soo Awesome! I love her and what she does! Keep the speculation ALIVE!

  81. skibunny says:

    This thread is ridiculous!

  82. someone says:

    I read that the new tatoo is for Brad, she said they are NOT adopting another child…

  83. andy says:

    Angelina is a strong and caring person she knows her calling and it is sad that many of us are quick to stone her without knowing our calling in life, Long live the queen in passion for life.

  84. Sakyiwaa says:

    @skibunny. Now don’t be ridiculous!:)

  85. onkologia says:

    The Blossoms Sunderbai Thackersey English High School is a school in southern Mumbai, India.