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Australian artists supporting ‘Mother Ocean’

Six New South Wales artists will travel to Mongolia in July to perform in support of a UNESCO World Heritage application to protect Lake Khuvsgul. Lake Khuvsgul is one of seventeen ancient lakes on Earth. It is pristine and the

Runaway rape suspect caught trying to enter China

The runaway rape suspect was caught yesterday (20 June) at Zamyn Ude, Mongolia’s main border-crossing with China. S.Tumur was discovered hiding in a freight train.

The 25-year-old suspect is reported to have escaped from Detention Centre 461 on Wednesday at 5.00

Drug crime in Mongolia: Seven foreigners convicted

A total of 72 drug-related criminal cases linked to 150 people, including 7 foreigners have been registered across Mongolia so far this year. According to the National Police Agency (NPA), who have provided the data, the seven foreigners in question

The growing wave of psychotherapy in Mongolia

Stress is definitely the disease of the twenty-first century. The causes are numerous: the frantic big-city lifestyle, traffic jams, misunderstanding at work, inability to talk to friends, the pressures of social media and consumerism, shifting values and uncertainty about the

Rape suspect escapes from Mongolian jail

A man being who has been accused of raping a girl in the Nalaikh District has escaped from a jail in the outskirts of the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar, police said on Thursday (20 May). Suspect ‘T’, evidently escaped from the

Fifteen years of saving lives – NEMA prepares nationwide show

All the divisions of Mongolia’s National Emergency Management Agency NEMA and all the branches across the 21 provinces will be in action tomorrow. Thursday 20 June marks the 15th anniversary of the founding of the organisation. In the nationwide public

Six arrested on drug charges after police raid UB clubs

Six people were arrested at the weekend by officers from Mongolia’s Drug and Organised Crime Unit as part of an ongoing operation in night clubs in Ulaanbaatar. The police operation was aimed at fighting illegal drug use and uncovering hidden

Over 200 cadets join Mongolian Police

Over 200 new cadets from the Mongolian Police Academy have joined the ranks of the national police force.

The Law Enforcement University was first established in 1934 as the “Central School” of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Mongolians are generally very law