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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-11872A-04] Reception at Harry S. Truman Building for actress Angelina Jolie, greeted by Department officials and staff [including Secretary Colin Powell, Under Secretary for Global Affairs Paula Dobriansky, and Secretary's Open Forum Chairman William Keppler. Jolie participated in Open Forum panel discussion of the documentary film that she narrated, "Trading Women," an investigation of Southeast Asian sex trafficking.] [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-11872A-04_DSC_0027.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-11872A-04] Reception at Harry S. Truman Building for actress Angelina Jolie, greeted by Department officials and staff [including Secretary Colin Powell, Under Secretary for Global Affairs Paula Dobriansky, and Secretary's Open Forum Chairman William Keppler. Jolie participated in Open Forum panel discussion of the documentary film that she narrated, "Trading Women," an investigation of Southeast Asian sex trafficking.] [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-11872A-04_DSC_0027.JPG]

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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-11872A-04] Reception at Harry S. Truman Building for actress Angelina Jolie, greeted by Department officials and staff [including Secretary Colin Powell, Under Secretary for Global Affairs Paula Dobriansky, and Secretary's Open Forum Chairman William Keppler. Jolie participated in Open Forum panel discussion of the documentary film that she narrated, "Trading Women," an investigation of Southeast Asian sex trafficking.] [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State]

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