Jolie urges world to end war rape
Angelina Jolie has made her debut before the UN's most powerful body as a special envoy for refugees and urging the world's nations to make the fight against rape in war a top priority.
The actress told the Security Council that "hundreds of thousands - if not millions - of women, children and men have been raped in conflicts in our lifetimes."
But Angelina said "the world has yet to take up warzone rape as a serious priority."
"You set the bar," she told the Security Council. "If the council sets rape and sexual violence in conflict as a priority it will become one and progress will be made. If you do not, this horror will continue."