Brad and Angelina to adopt Syrian child?
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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have decided to adopt a Syrian child. An anonymous source claimed Jolie wanted to adopt three brothers whose father was taken by soldiers and mother was killed in a bombing.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
MUNTINLUPA, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - Daily Mail reported the couple has three biological and three adopted children, but Jolie wants more.
The actress has seen the horrors of the Syrian war, which continues to cause famine and death among those trapped between forces. She has spoken out against the effects of the conflict on several occasions. In a speech in November 2013, she urged the world "to save a generation of traumatized, isolated and suffering Syrian children from catastrophe."
Serving as a UN Special Envoy for Refugees, Jolie just returned to the U.S. and attempted to persuade Pitt into adopting the siblings. However, a source said he disagreed due to the possible shake-up in the dynamic they already had with their 6 children.
The couple has yet to comment on the matter but Pitt's representatives initially denied the reports. Despite the earlier denial, a friend of theirs claimed the couple wanted to welcome another child into their home before the end of this summer. The source claimed that Jolie and Pitt are on the same page when it comes to adoption.
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