Lebanon street art: Beirut slum transformed with murals

Lebanese artists armed with brushes and paint are helping to transform Beirut's biggest slum. Ouzai has long been associated with poverty and neglect. But it's hoped this major art project paid for by a former resident will change its image.

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    Lebanese artists armed with brushes and paint are helping to transform Beirut's biggest slum.

    Ouzai has long been associated with poverty and neglect. But it's hoped this major art project paid for by a former resident will change its image.

    Al Jazeera’s Imtiaz Tyab reports from Beirut.


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