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Angelina Jolie Addresses Global Summit On Sexual Violence

(London) -- Angelina Jolie says she's frustrated by a lack of collaboration between governments to end sexual violence during periods of conflict. Jolie made her remarks in London at a four-day summit that started earlier this week. The summit is supported by 15 Arab governments. Britain's Foreign Minister says he hopes the summit will lead to participating countries training their armies and prosecutors to investigate crimes of sexual violence that occur during conflicts.

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