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    Hip Hop Crew Builds Peace in Tripoli One Step at a Timei
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    January 19, 2016 1:12 PM
    Armed with spray cans and paintbrushes, a local hip hop group is bringing new life to the pockmark-addled stairwells in one of Lebanon’s most notorious neighborhoods. John Owens reports.

    Hip Hop Crew Builds Peace in Tripoli One Step at a Time

    Published January 19, 2016

    Armed with spray cans and paintbrushes, a local hip hop group is bringing new life to the pockmark-addled stairwells in one of Lebanon’s most notorious neighborhoods. John Owens reports.


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