Basma Ali Khan, holds posters of her disappeared father during a protest held as part of “The Walls Remember” campaign

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Basma Ali Khan, holds posters of her disappeared father during a protest held as part of “The Walls Remember” campaign

Basma Ali Khan, holds posters of her disappeared father during a protest held as part of “The Walls Remember” campaign to put focus on people who have disappeared in what is known as the “forced disappearance”, in Sanaa September 27, 2012. Yemenis are using street art to lobby the government to tell what happened to hundreds of people who disappeared in years of political turmoil, but even their images on the walls have troubled powerful figures who sought to remove the graffiti. The headband reads: “The walls remember their faces.”
[Credit : Khaled Abdullah/Reuters]

Basma Ali Khan, holds posters of her disappeared father during a protest held as part of “The Walls Remember” campaign to put focus on people who have disappeared in what is known as the “forced disappearance”, in Sanaa September 27, 2012. Yemenis are using street art to lobby the government to tell what happened to hundreds of people who disappeared in years of political turmoil, but even their images on the walls have troubled powerful figures who sought to remove the graffiti. The headband reads: “The walls remember their faces.”

[Credit : Khaled Abdullah/Reuters]

 

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