Egypt graffiti spurs revolution

Associated Press
In this Tuesday, March 13, 2012 photo, an Egyptian artist and activist works on the "No Walls Street" during the graffiti campaign to paint a reproduction of the streets behind them and targeted the concrete blocks walls in downtown Cairo, Egypt. After Egypt's ruling military sealed off streets around Cairo's Tahrir Square with walls of imposing concrete blocks, a group of artists decided to reopen the avenues on their own, in the public imagination, at least. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)

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They were hit, pushed back and even fired at, but Egyptian activists have returned to the scene of deadly clashes in the heart of Cairo, determined to keep their revolution alive, this time armed with paint brushes, Apr. 3.

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