BERLIN (Kyodo) A Japanese artist on Wednesday began repainting her badly damaged work done in 1990 on the Berlin Wall, the symbol of the Cold War in East and West Germany.

Kikue Miyatake, 54, a resident of Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, is the only Japanese painter invited to restore work on the wall’s 1.3-km East Side Gallery.

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