Angelia Jolie became emotional as she discussed her heart-breaking journey to Iraq during an interview for CNN.
The actress visited a settlement for displaced Iraqis in northwest Baghdad in her role as a goodwill ambassador for UNHCR.
Angelina met four families who said their children could not go to school and they could not afford to pay for medical treatment.
She became emotional as she told CNN the "UNHCR is doing everything that they can." But it seems that they are having some funding issues and need all the support they can get to make Iraq a better country. Without the funds, there not going to be able to do everything they want. Angelina added, "This is the most critical time and the government needs to step up."
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This is Angelina's third trip to Iraq.