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Young artists lined up across a wall in the Yemeni capital Sanaa Thursday, painting murals that reflect their fears as well as hopes in a country crippled by war.The graffiti artist is taking part in an open-air exhibition, painting a mural of what seems to be an abstract face with words of hope and encouragement written in bold, red letters.Rights groups say the real figure could be five times as high.Like Subay, Thiyazen al-Alawai hopes to bring back life to the city through his art work.
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