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Angelina Jolie Reportedly Offered to Help Capture Ugandan Warlord Joseph Kony With Brad Pitt’s Help

Actress, director, activist, real-life spy? Angelina Jolie reportedly offered to help capture notorious African warlord Joseph Kony, with help from husband Brad Pitt.According to a report This article originally appeared on www.usmagazine.com: Angelina Jolie Reportedly Offered to Help Capture Ugandan Warlord Joseph Kony With Brad Pitt’s Help Us Weekly Latest Celebrity News

Sports Illustrated Supermodel Bianca Balti Wants to Help Make Over Your 2017 Fall Style

Getting rid of your summer bikinis and making room for leather jackets? Bianca Balti is here to help you! The Sports Illustrated model teamed up with the mobile selling app, Depop, to clean out her closet for a good cause.The 33-year-old went through her personal wardrobe to create a shop filled with all her fallThis(…)

#PuberMe: Stars Share Awkward Pics to Help Puerto Rico

In light of Hurricane Maria tearing through Puerto Rico last month and utterly destroying this beloved U.S. territory, scores of celebrities are taking an unusual route to raise money in disaster assistance. Also: a hilarious route. Stephen Colbert recently shared an awkward throwback photo of himself, including with it the hashtags #PuberMe and #PuertoRicoRelief, while(…)

Marc Anthony Tells Donald Trump to ‘Shut the F–k Up’ About the NFL and Help Puerto Rico

Marc Anthony took to social media with a message for President Donald Trump on Monday, September 25, after the former reality TV star made headlines over the weekend with his statements criticizing athletes who kneelThis article originally appeared on www.usmagazine.com: Marc Anthony Tells Donald Trump to ‘Shut the F–k Up’ About the NFL and Help(…)

Bangladesh must face the truth about the Rohingya exodus, Time for new thinking on North Korea, If the US and Russia settle, it will help the world, A fresh nuclear arms race?, How Kenya’s Supreme Court election recall became a reality

A roundup of global commentary for the Sept. 18, 2017 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories