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PARIS (CBSMiami) — British graffiti artist Banksy is believed to have taken his message on migrants to Paris, with seven new murals.

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The works attributed to Bansky have been discovered in recent days, including one near a former centre for migrants at the city’s northern edge that depicts a child spray painting wallpaper over a swastika.

Nicolas Laugero Lasserre, editor of the website Artistikrezo, which broke the story, said he heard a few weeks ago through contacts in the French street art world that Bansky was planning a trip.

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He said he started looking for the works and came across the one in the northern Porte de la Chappelle neighborhood.

The same wallpaper stencil was used in a 2009 exposition at the Bristol Museum, he said, describing it as “a real signature.”

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Streetart enthusiasts were working to cover the works with plastic to protect them.