Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie left a train station in a hurry after the sirens started ringing during her visit to the Ukrainian city of Lviv.
Jolie, 46, a special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, visited children displaced at the train station before the sirens sounded.
During the visit, Angelina met with volunteers working with refugees, who told her that each of the psychiatrists spoke to about 15 people a day. Many of those at the station are children between the ages of two and 10, according to volunteers.
At one point, during her visit, she tickled a little girl dressed in red, who laughed with delight.
She also posed with volunteers and some of the children.
Last month, as a special envoy, Jolie visited Yemen, where millions of people were displaced by the war.
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