Angelina Jolie gets a temple after her name

A 12th century site name Angelina Jolie Temple
26th November 2010: United Nations human rights goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie, who has been bringing out the plight of refugees, now has a temple named after her in Cambodia.
President of the Universal Society of Hinduism Rajan Zed has been quoted saying in media that the temple is a 12th century site called Ta Prohm.

It is otherwise known as Old Brahma and was initially named Rajavihara or the royal monastery. Now it’s popularly called the Angelina Jolie Temple

The Hollywood actress has been urged to help maintain the ancient site.

Only recently refugees in Bosnia received support from celebrity couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

For underscoring the abuses suffered by women and children refugees, also Jolie traveled jungle roads to a village on Ecuador’s border with Colombia

Jolie trekked down to remote border hamlet of Barranca Bermeja and she met a woman who had lost two children in Colombia’s internal conflict. During her visit, many more narrated their tragic stories through interpreters.

As of now more than 50,000 Colombian refugees are registered in Ecuador, but estimates suggest more than 170,000 are there.

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