Jolie on motherhood and charity work
Angelina Jolie and Anderson Cooper
(CNN) -- In her first U.S. television interview since the birth of her daughter in Namibia, Angelina Jolie speaks with CNN's Anderson Cooper about motherhood and her work with refugees in Africa.
The exclusive interview airs this week as part of a special edition of "Anderson Cooper 360°" marking World Refugee Day.
Jolie sat down with Cooper for nearly an hour in Los Angeles.
The interview will be broadcast on CNN International at 0200 GMT/0400 CET on Wednesday (1000 Hong Kong).
The 31-year-old actress gave birth to Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt on May 27.
Jolie and the child's father, actor Brad Pitt, 42, chose to have the baby at a private clinic in the resort town of Walvis Bay in Namibia.
In addition to the Jolie interview, "Anderson Cooper 360°" will feature reports from CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour and CNN Africa Correspondent Jeff Koinange about poverty, famine and refugee camps across Africa.
CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta also will provide reports about specific healthcare challenges for refugees around the world.
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