UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie meets with young Syrian refugees at an informal tented settlement in Zahle, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, on 23 February 2014. (UNHCR/A. McConnell)
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U.N. Special Envoy and Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie Monday concluded her official visit to Lebanon to draw attention to the Syrian refugee crisis by holding talks with Prime Minister Tammam Salam and President Michel Sleiman.Jolie met with Salam at the Grand Serail and later talked with Sleiman to discuss the impacts of the refugee influx on Lebanon, after having spent the previous day with refugees in the Bekaa Valley. Jolie, 38, was on a three-day visit to Lebanon to highlight the plight of Syrian children and to thank the Lebanese people for assisting refugees as the conflict enters its fourth year, a statement from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said.Jolie's visit to Lebanon is her third in two years.
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