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Ashin Wirathu (centre) and Wimalar Biwuntha (far left) – another of the prominent member of 969 movement - are amongst more than 200 Myanmar Buddhist monks gathered to discuss how to solve inter-religious conflicts between Buddhists and Muslims. The conference, held in a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon was dubbed by local and international media less as a resolution to conflict but more as an opportunity to discuss the inter-faith marriage law that the 969 movement is hoping to present to the government. 14 June 2013 © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom