The specimen was so bizarre that scientists at first thought the fossil was a fake.
Central Asian country has the highest rate of disease and the highest rate of mortality from the disease in the world.
Can tough-talking, Harley-riding Khurelsukh ensure stability and a coherent economic policy?
Stagnant economy and lingering disputes with foreign mining majors could hamper serious reforms.
All three presidential candidates face corruption allegations.
Its cheap and abundant energy resources are crucial to the ambitious project – but first, they must be developed.
Desperately needed bailout money could start flowing soon.
Austerity measures will be tailored to protect the poor, IMF pledges.
New research tracks the development of horseback riding, its links to climate change, and impact on Eurasian prehistory.
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