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Beirut's Walls Become Forum For Political Messages


Beirut's Walls Become Forum For Political Messages
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During Lebanon's 15-year civil war, territorial markings became commonplace. They separated neighborhoods along sectarian lines, using symbols, flags, and portraits of political leaders.  Today, a rise in sectarian tensions in Lebanon, fueled by the war in neighboring Syria, has contributed to an increase in political and social graffiti. VOA's Paige Kollock reports from Beirut.

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