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A group of Yemeni artists took to the streets Wednesday, painting murals on the wall of Sanaa University in a visual protest against three years of war.A young artist wrote "no dreams" next to a stencil of a child, then sat on the pavement under a mural of three heavily armed soldiers.It followed another rare demonstration, a three-day women's sit-in protest against the war.The artists wrote a leaflet addressed to Sanaa residents, saying they did not take a position in the conflict.
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