A year after Myanmar madrassas shuttered, street prayer organisers face Ramadan in jail

YANGON (Reuters) – When Cho Nwe Soe went to a Yangon court last month with her husband, she expected he would be fined for organising prayers in the street without a permit last year, and that they could go back home to prepare for Ramadan – the Muslim holy month.


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