Angelina Jolie Donates US $100,000 for Pakistan Flood Victims


    Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has handed 100,000 dollars to help refugees from Pakistan’s floods, it has emerged.

    A UNHCR source attending the gala screening of Jolie’s film “Salt” in Paris, said she had donated the sum of $100,000(78000 euros) to help relieve Pakistan, where aid has been short and slow in coming.

    A crowd of 1,000 fans engulfed the 34-year-old actress, who is also a goodwill ambassador for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, when she stepped out of a limousine Tuesday evening clad in a short shiny number with plunging neckline for the French premiere of the movie.

    Actress Angelina Jolie signs autographs for fans as she arrives for France's premiere of her movie "Salt" in Paris The Oscar-winning actress had earlier vowed to help Pakistan flood victims.

    “I’m doing what I can. I’m talking to Ambassador Richard Holbrook, the UN and people on the ground about how we can spend our money,” she told reporters earlier in London during a promotional event.

    Jolie, who attended the premiere of Salt with Brad Pitt, added: “It’s unravelling every minute, it seems to be getting worse so we’re trying to keep track of it.”

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