Sexy Angelina Jolie was reduced to tears on television on Thursday as she recalled the plight of refugee children around the world. The star, who is a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, appeared on Anderson Cooper's CNN show to highlight the cause ahead of World Refugee Day. Angelina fought back tears as she compared her own children to those she has seen living in poverty and suffering in war torn countries around the world. Telling the story of one 15-year-old boy she had met, Jolie said, "He had been shot in the back and paralyzed and his whole family had been killed, and he had nobody in the world. And yet he had this really strong, unbreakable spirit. He had lost everything. He was just so full of laughter and kindness, and he passed away. "The young people you meet, and you can't help but think, in any other situation, what an extraordinary adult they would have been. "I think of him and I can't complain about anything. He was grateful and he had nothing. And there are millions like him."