Japan's prisons are at their most crowded since records began, a report warned on Friday.

A Justice Ministry survey said that some prisoners were forced to sleep in libraries, and some prison canteens could not accommodate their inmates.
Jails are said to be at 117% capacity, the highest since the Justice Ministry began keeping records in 1972.

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