Angelina Jolie visits Syrian refugees in Iraq

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UN special envoy and actress Angelina Jolie has visited Syrian refugees in the Domiz camp in the northern Iraqi Kurdish province of Duhouk.

According to the UN refugee agency, some 22,847 Syrians have fled to Iraq since the conflict in Syria began.

Angelina Jolie has recently visited refugee camps in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan to shed light on the plight of the Syrian refugees and to call on the international community for help.

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