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2018/12/17

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‘Mad’ deer attacks herder family in Mongolia

A deer, infected by rabies, has attacked a herder family in the Khaliun Soum (rural district) of Mongolia’s Gobi-Altai Province. According to one source, the ‘mad’ deer charged into their yard and storage barn and fought with the family dog.

Veterinarians

Mongolian students to take oaths

National Declaration Day will take place on November 26, during which  the  ‘Citizen of Mongolia’ oath-taking ceremony will be held at the State Palace. In total, 33 representatives from 850 students who have reached the age of 16 years old

Mongolia calls for global attention on climate change

Dramatic temperature changes and extreme weather events in Mongolia have been blamed for the deaths of thousands of livestock in recent years and is believed to be forcing hundreds of families each year to abandon their traditional nomadic farming ways.

Suicide rates cause alarm in Mongolia

Mongolia registered a total of 2055 cases of suicide between 2012 and 2016; this means on average 411 people kill themselves each year. Suicide is 5.2 times higher among Mongolian men (1729) than women (326).

Most importantly, the suicide rate has

Mongolia’s infant mortality increases by 1.9 percent

According to the National Statistics Office of Mongolia, 64.1 thousand mothers delivered 64.5 thousand babies (live births) in the first 10 months of 2018; this represents an increased of 3295 mothers (5.4 percent) and live births 3328 (5.4 percent) compared

UB air-pollution disaster: Innovation centre for heating opens

The National Security Council of Mongolia has declared that air-pollution in the capital city Ulaanbaatar has reached disaster level and issued guidance.

This year’s cold season has already begun and with it the acrid smog from the ger districts in the

Growing concern of overuse of antibiotics in Mongolia

Antibiotics are one of the great advancements in medicine in the world; however,  antibiotic overuse can cause bacterial resistance warns the World Health Organization. According to a WHO study, Mongolia is leading the world in the overuse of antibiotics. Mongolians

The Solar Tree of Sukhbaatar Square

Mongolia is well known for its bright sunny days with cloudless skies, averaging 250 days per year. To make the most of the Mongolian sun, a Solar Tree with a wireless system has been installed on Sukhbaatar Square in the