Angelina Jolie has paid a visit to Iraq on the latest leg of her Middle East tour as a UN special envoy in support of Syrian refugees.
The Hollywood star is travelling through Syria's neighbours with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Antonio Guterres.
She met Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari in Baghdad on Saturday for talks aimed at drawing attention to the plight of hundreds of thousands of Syrians who have fled their nation's ongoing civil war.
Jolie earlier met senior Turkish officials, including President Abdullah Gul, in Ankara, after visiting Syrian refugees in Islahiye, eastern Turkey.
The UN refugee agency has said the number of Syrian refugees seeking its help now tops a quarter-million - and could be far higher.
Jolie has also met refugees who have fled the violence - and their homes - and crossed the border into Jordan.
She has donated \$5m (£3.1m) to UN efforts to help refugees and visited the Zaatari camp which is home to around 27,000 men, women and children displaced by the 18-month long conflict.
Jordan has sheltered more than 185,000 Syrian refugees - the largest number in the region - and this camp is said to have become a sprawling tent city.
Mr Guterres said the camp "needs massive international funding", adding "conditions are still not acceptable".
Jolie says that with the conflict in Syria showing no sign of abating, the coming winter is "a very large concern for all of us".
She says she hopes "no one freezes to death in this very frightening time".
The actress was previously a goodwill ambassador for the UN, before being appointed a special envoy to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in April.
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