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U.N. special envoy Angelina Jolie visits Syrian refugees in Iraq

By Reuters
18 June 2018   |   8:12 am
U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees' (UNHCR) special envoy, Angelina Jolie visited the Domiz Camp, in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq on Sunday (June 17), which is home to 33,000 Syrian refugees displaced by seven years of civil war.

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