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Angelina Jolie to partner up with ‘Time’ Magazine

By Reuters
24 June 2019   |   1:44 pm
The Oscar-winning actress is now a contributing editor at the publication. According to Time, her pieces will be centered on human rights and the global issue of displacement. It will stem from her association with the UN Refugee Agency, a group she has worked with for nearly 20 years.

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