Mongolia has vast fossil hunting grounds but few resources to patrol them.
The move comes as a goodwill gesture toward China, whose reprisals over the spiritual leader’s last visit sent Mongolia in a tailspin.
Beijing cancels cooperation meetings, while Ulaanbaatar says the Tibetan leader’s visit was purely religious.
Government willing to accept external aid to rescue an export-driven economy that has been battered by low commodity prices and a backlog of old debt.
Mongolians, statistically, are the world’s best speed memorizers, in no small part thanks to one man’s visionary scheme.
In a rare show of unity, the Kremlin and environmental groups concur on the risks posed to unique Lake Baikal by the proposed dam.
The Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) won a resounding victory last week in parliamentary elections after an economic downturn in recent years.
Economy is overly dependent on Chinese demand for copper, coal and other resources, critics of government policy argue.
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