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Angelina Jolie on her new film and the importance of family
Jolie said that if there is one thing she hopes fans take away from this film, it is "love and family," but "most of all, dignity."
Reporter's notebook: covering brothel raids and Christian missionaries rescuing girls in Cambodia
ABC's John Kapetaneas is a producer for "Nightline." This is his account of a report he produced with ABC's Bob Woodruff and Karson Yiu. "How can I help you?" an undercover informant asked in broken English. "Yeah," the man replied, asking without hesitation "where I can find sex with young girls?”
Inside the world of Cambodia's child sex trade, as told through the eyes of a survivor
At first glance, 22-year-old Sokha Chan might seem like your average young California girl. She has a lap dog named Chica, and her own car that she bought herself. But behind her seemingly charmed life, Sokha hides a dark past from her childhood that still haunts her to this day. And for the first
Angelina Jolie opens up about her Cambodian movie and focusing on health of her family
Actress Angelina Jolie sat down for an exclusive interview with ABC News' " Good Morning America " on Tuesday to talk about her new film set in Cambodia , how meaningful the country is for her and how she’s been focused on her family amid her impending divorce from actor Brad Pitt . "We are
Angelina Jolie opens up about Brad pitt divorce and her family
Angelina Jolie stepped out publicly for the first time in several months for the premiere of her new film "First They Killed My Father" in Cambodia . Accompanied by her six children -- Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8 -- the actress attended the premiere
The Penitent Warlord: Atoning for 20,000 War Crimes
Joshua Milton Blahyi Now Visits the Families of His Victims to Seek Forgiveness
Allegedly Crooked Navy Commander Once Star in American Dream Tale
Michael Misiewicz, Accused of Leaking Ship Movements, Went From Cambodian Rice Fields to Destroyer Commander
Marine Missing 37 Years From Final Battle of Vietnam War Buried With Full Honors
A Marine missing from the final battle of the Vietnam War is being laid to rest today in Denver, 37 years after his helicopter crashed in the waters off Cambodia. Marine PFC James Jacques is being buried at Fort Logan National Cemetery with full military...
Pictures of the Day: Egypt Protests, Soul Train, Lantern Festival
Giorgia Bronzini of Italy falls in the second stage of the Tour of Qatar women’s cycling race in al-Shamal, north of the capital Doha, Feb. 2, 2012. The Tour of Qatar, which is traditionally favoured by the sprinters, is held from Feb. 5-10. (Karim Jaafar/AFP/Getty Images)...
April 17, 1975: Ceasefire in Cambodia
all that was visible to the handful of reporters left the people of non pan method they have surrendered with feelings ranging from relief to joy. White flags flew from every building and by cheering people in the street. Black suited troops of the victorious Khmer Rouge were to embrace defeated