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Posted at 8:33 AM ET, 08/29/2007

Morning Mix: Angelina Jolie Visits Iraq

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Angelina Jolie visits Iraqi refugee camp... Police say Owen Wilson call was an "attempted suicide"... Amy Winehouse and husband vacation in Caribbean as in-laws plead with public to shun Winehouse's work... Bridget Moynahan names son John Edward Thomas Moynahan... Reggae singer douses Lily Allen with Guinness after she grabs mike from his hand... Jennifer Lopez developing teen TV series... Backstreet Boys get hipster makeover... James Brolin (Mr. Streisand) envisions organic fast food chain... Bo Diddley in stable condition following heart attack... Anti-fur activist Chrissie Hynde threatens to sue company for using her name to promote line of leather bags... Vincent "Don Vito" Margera faces 12 felony counts of violating bail conditions... Hasselhoff ex Pamela Bach tries to halt fender-bender trial.

Rumor Mill: Cruise kids spend summer at Scientology camp... Michael Lohan to visit Lindsay in rehab... Madonna to adopt second child from Malawi?... Jessica Simpson 11 hours late to interview... Immigration issues may threaten Corey Haim's "Lost Boys" sequel role... Britney Spears hires private investigator to tail K-Fed... Nigella Lawson says Martha Stewart has eyes for her husband.

Say What?
"Jolie, who wore a blue flak jacket and a helmet when she arrived unannounced at the camp, was not immediately recognized by many of the refugees..." -- From the Associated Press story covering Angelina Jolie's visit to an Iraqi refugee camp

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By Liz Kelly  | August 29, 2007; 8:33 AM ET
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