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Mariam Saidi, who lives in Beirut, Lebanon, has been painting and sculpting images of her son Maher since his disappearance in1982. (John Owens)
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Mariam Saidi, who lives in Beirut, Lebanon, has been painting and sculpting images of her son Maher since his disappearance in1982. (John Owens)

The room in which Mariam Saidi paints. In recent years she had managed to branch out and create pictures about topics other than her son. (John Owens)
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The room in which Mariam Saidi paints. In recent years she had managed to branch out and create pictures about topics other than her son. (John Owens)

A sculpture of Maher, who Mariam Saidi suspects may be buried in a possible mass grave on the site of The Lebanese University. (John Owens)
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A sculpture of Maher, who Mariam Saidi suspects may be buried in a possible mass grave on the site of The Lebanese University. (John Owens)

Mariam Saidi holds a picture of Maher, who disappeared aged 15. (John Owens)
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Mariam Saidi holds a picture of Maher, who disappeared aged 15. (John Owens)

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