LATEST: Crusading actress Angelina Jolie paid her respects to victims of the Cambodian genocide with a visit to a former prison in the country's capital. The Tomb Raider star arrived unannounced in Cambodia yesterday (22NOV06) but took time out of overseeing a conservation project to look round Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh with her boyfriend Brad Pitt. Museum director CHEY SOPHEARA was impressed by the couple's humble attitude throughout the hour-long visit. He says, "I saw her with my own eyes. She bought tickets and toured the museum just like everybody else." Up to 16,000 people passed through the gates of what communist organisation the Khmer Rouge called S-21 prison before they were taken for execution outside Phnom Penh during the Khmer Rouge 1975-79 rule under POL POT. Only about a dozen prisoners are thought to have survived.