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Myanmar’s junta has prohibited Buddhist monasteries in the Yangon region from accepting overnight visitors as part of what it says is a bid to reduce crime. The Yangon Region Sangha Maha Nayaka Council, a group of senior monks that oversees the Buddhist clergy in Yangon, announced on Nov. 23 that overnight visitors would no longer be allowed in monasteries unless they obtain prior permission from authorities. Several monks who spoke with Radio Free Asia rejected that idea, saying the accusations imply that monasteries intentionally harbor criminals.

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