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  • Jolie is a German fashion magazine published by a major German publisher. It has a total circulation of 350,000.
  • Jolie is a female given name of French origin and its meaning is pretty. It is pronounced zhoh-LEE. The name has also became popular after American actress Angelina Jolie used it as her surname (it is really her middle name). It can be also spelled as Jolee, or Joli.
  • Angelina Jolie (born Angelina Jolie Voight; June 4, 1975) is an American actress. She has received an Academy Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards.
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Toil and Trouble, a Paranormal Romance (Jolie Wilkins Series, Book # 2)
Toil and Trouble, a Paranormal Romance (Jolie Wilkins Series, Book # 2)
This is book #2 in the Jolie Wilkins series. Book #1 is Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble, a .99 download!

Toil and Trouble:

The Underworld in civil war.
The cause? A witch who can reanimate the dead.
A sexy as sin vampire determined to claim her.
An infuriatingly handsome warlock torn between duty and love.
Who says blonds have more fun?

After defending herself against fairy magic, Jolie Wilkins wakes to find her world turned upside down—the creatures of the Underworld on the precipice of war.

The Underworld is polarized in a battle of witch against witch, creature against creature, led by the villainous Bella, who would be Queen.

While Jolie has one goal in mind, to stake the vampire, Ryder, who nearly killed her, she also must choose between the affections of her warlock employer, Rand, and the mysteriously sexy vampire, Sinjin.

And as if that weren’t enough to ruin a girl’s day, everything Jolie knows will be turned inside out when she’s thrust into the shock of a lifetime.


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This is book #2 in the Jolie Wilkins series. Book #1 is Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble, a .99 download!

Toil and Trouble:

The Underworld in civil war.
The cause? A witch who can reanimate the dead.
A sexy as sin vampire determined to claim her.
An infuriatingly handsome warlock torn between duty and love.
Who says blonds have more fun?

After defending herself against fairy magic, Jolie Wilkins wakes to find her world turned upside down—the creatures of the Underworld on the precipice of war.

The Underworld is polarized in a battle of witch against witch, creature against creature, led by the villainous Bella, who would be Queen.

While Jolie has one goal in mind, to stake the vampire, Ryder, who nearly killed her, she also must choose between the affections of her warlock employer, Rand, and the mysteriously sexy vampire, Sinjin.

And as if that weren’t enough to ruin a girl’s day, everything Jolie knows will be turned inside out when she’s thrust into the shock of a lifetime.


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Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble (Jolie Wilkins #1) Just .99!
Toil and Trouble (Jolie Wilkins #2)
To Kill A Warlock (Dulcie O'Neil #1) Just .99!
A Tale of Two Goblins (Dulcie O'Neil #2)
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UNHCR News Story: UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie urges the world not to forget Iraqi refugees
UNHCR News Story: UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie urges the world not to forget Iraqi refugees
A clearly moved Angelina Jolie, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, listens as Hoda tells her harrowing tale of being physically abused in Iraq. UNHCR/S.Malkawi UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie urges the world not to forget Iraqi refugees. DAMASCUS, Syria, October 2 (UNHCR) – UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie called Friday on the international community not to forget the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi refugees who remain in exile despite a relative improvement in the security situation in their homeland. Tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians have returned to their country from Syria and other nearby countries over the past year, but many more are unable or unwilling to return to a country still rocked by violence. As the Iraqi story has largely disappeared from global headlines, so has the plight of the refugees. Jolie, returning to visit Iraqi refugees in the poorest suburbs of the Syrian capital of Damascus after a 2007 visit, said these refugees still needed vital help and support. "Most Iraqi refugees cannot return to Iraq in view of the severe trauma they experienced there, the uncertainty linked to the coming Iraqi elections, the security issues and the lack of basic services. They will, therefore, be in need of continued support from the international community." The acclaimed American actress, travelling with her partner Brad Pitt, was welcomed into the homes of two Iraqi families in the Jaramana district of southern Damascus. The first family, grouping seven people, fled to Syria in 2006, while the second family, members of a minority religious group, fled to Iraq in July this year after a son, Waleed,* was twice abducted and his mother, Hoda,* physically abused. The family patriarch, Fares,* had to pay US$25,000 in ransom the first time Waleed was abducted. The second time, both son and mother were snatched, and Fares had to find US$40,000. The two were released, but they had suffered a terrible ordeal, including torture. "I was assaulted every day for 13 days by up to 10 men," Hoda* recalled, her voice trembling. "I wanted to kill myself and the only reason I decided not to go ahead is because of my children," she added. On the release of Hoda and Waleed, the family fled to Syria. "I'm grateful to you for sharing this story," a clearly moved Jolie said, clutching Hoda's hand. "It helps to make it easier to understand your problems. There's a lot of suffering in this part of the world; you're a very brave and strong woman for putting this behind you for the sake of your children." The family said the Syrians have been very welcoming, but they still find it difficult remaining in the country and wish to be resettled. Meanwhile they are relying on food and financial support from UNHCR. The refugee agency, working closely with local authorities and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent, helps the most vulnerable refugees in neighbouring countries, particularly in Syria and Jordan where the largest numbers have found refuge. This includes material, financial, medical and other assistance. Many of the families who have fled to Syria over the past few years, have exhausted their savings and must now rely on the generosity and help of the government and humanitarian agencies like UNHCR. The first family Jolie visited – mother, father and five children aged seven or under – is a good example. They were crammed into a squalid, stuffy one-room basement apartment with a tiny window. Most of their possessions, including mattresses, blankets and boxes of food, were provided by UNHCR. They also had harrowing tales to tell, including the kidnapping and torture of the father, Taha, who still suffers from nightmares and finds it difficult to leave the apartment. His wife, Ibtissam, spoke about their struggle to pay the rent and to buy extras such as clothes and medicine. She works as a cleaner in a market, even though she has a degree in teaching. "I tore up my university degree," she said, adding: "What value does it have when I am just a cleaning lady." Ibtissam told Jolie that her family also wanted to start a new life in a third country. Two of the families that Jolie met during her 2007 visit have been resettled in the United States, while a third family recently returned to Iraq. The Goodwill Ambassador said the families she visited today, "have not recovered from the trauma they faced," while adding that, "until other solutions are found, or these refugees are able to go home, it is essential that the international community help UNHCR to provide financial and food support so that they can survive. They don't have the right to work, so they have no way of surviving without our help." During her day-long trip, Jolie also met with Syria's President Bashar al-Assad and his wife, Asma al-Assad, who told her about the efforts being made by Syria to provide health care to the most vulnerable
Angelina Jolie pays third visit to Iraq, appeals for aid for the displaced
Angelina Jolie pays third visit to Iraq, appeals for aid for the displaced
UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie laughs with an internally displaced boy at a makeshift camp northwest of Baghdad, Iraq, on Thursday, July 23, 2009. Jolie was on a day trip in Iraq to bring attention to the plight of displaced people within the country (around 3 millions) and outside of Iraq (around 1.5 millions). UNHCR /Boris Heger BAGHDAD, Iraq, July 23 (UNHCR) – UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie returned to Iraq on Thursday to offer support to the hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who remain displaced within their own country. During her day-long visit to Baghdad, Jolie visited a makeshift settlement for internally displaced people in the Chikook suburb of north-west Baghdad where she met four families displaced from the district of Abu Ghraib, located to the west of Baghdad, and from the western suburbs of the capital. Despite the difficulties in Iraq, Jolie said this was a moment of opportunity for Iraqis to rebuild their lives. "This is a moment where things seem to be improving on the ground, but Iraqis need a lot of support and help to rebuild their lives." The families that Jolie met complained that their children could not go to school and they could not afford to pay for medical treatment for various ailments. 43-year-old Ali* built his crude brick dwelling in Chikook after escaping from Abu Ghraib district with his 38-year-old wife and six children four years ago. "The only help that we got was from UNHCR. They are the only people who knocked on our door. But look at this life, it's very hard on us," he said. "It takes a lot of strength for you to survive this life. I don't know if I would be strong enough to survive this," Jolie told him. In a nearby house, the acclaimed actress met a family of nine, including children who don't go to school and a baby with a rash all over its body. Jolie rocked the new-born on her lap throughout the visit. A daughter-in-law studied law before the violence forced the family into flight and ended her education. "No way," the family said in unison when asked by Jolie if they wanted to return to their former home district. "Our neighbours returned and their three daughters were killed," the daughter-in-law, Salwa,* said. "Why is this happening to us?," she asked. "They are right to feel that it is not fair," said Jolie, who pledged to return to Iraq. "I want to come back and find you in a better place and in a different situation. We hope that UNHCR and the government will support you in getting a piece of land. You need help not because you are poor, but because you are the future of Iraq," she stressed, adding that she hoped Salwa would be able to become a lawyer. "The picture in this camp is a rough one but there are also some people that were able to return home to other safer areas," Jolie said later. "There are some changes. There are returns of displaced people, not a big number but there is progress." Chikook is home to more than 20,000 people, mostly women and children and including several thousand local people. It lacks drinking water, an operational sewage system and paved roads. The area is littered with garbage, despite a UNHCR-organized clean-up earlier this year. The UN refugee agency has been trucking in potable water for the residents over the past few months, and has worked on the rehabilitation of the water system and conducted minor shelter repairs. UNHCR estimates that 1.6 million Iraqis were internally displaced by a wave of sectarian warfare that erupted in February 2006 after the bombing of a mosque in the ancient city of Samarra. Almost 300,000 have returned to their homes amid a general improvement in the security situation since mid-2008. Since April last year, UNHCR has provided emergency shelter rehabilitation and shelter upgrade to 5,000 families. Close to 20,000 homes will be rehabilitated by the end of this year. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqi refugees remain in neighbouring countries, mainly Syria and Jordan. Jolie was making her third trip to Iraq. In August 2007, she visited 1,200 refugees trapped in Al Waleed camp near the border with Syria. She also visited the country in February last year, when she highlighted the problems faced by the internally displaced and urged action to help them. * Names changed for protection reasons By Abeer Etefa in Baghdad, Iraq

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