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Historical Mongolian ‘2000’ movie to premiere in Seoul

‘The 2000’, a movie about historical event of Mongolia’s uprising against Qing (Manchu) dynasty will be screened in Seoul, the capital of South Korea on 25-31 May. The movie is based on a true historical event of the bloody uprising

Gold purchase concerns at Mongolia’s Central Bank

The Mongolian Central Bank bought a total of 1.6 tons of gold from legal entities and individuals in the first four months of 2019. The figure represents a fall  of 48 percent compared with the same period last year.

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Protecting Mongolia’s children

On Tuesday a year-long national campaign called ‘Child Protector’ aimed at shielding the rights of children was launched. The announcement about the programme was made by B.Davaasambuu, head of the child protection department at the National Police Agency (NPA) made

Mongolia & Korea to build new TB hospital

Members of the ‘Tuberculosis-Free Mongolia’ parliamentary lobby group have established a cooperation agreement with the the Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA).

According to the agreement, the two sides will collaborate in building a new tuberculosis hospital, training professionals, carrying out projects

41 triplets born in Mongolia

The National Statistics Office has released some data on the occasion of World Twins Day which is celebrated on 1 May.

There were 1760 twins and 41 triplets in Mongolia in 2018. Also, during the first three months of 2019, a

UB to host Days of Beijing Culture

Ulaanbaatar City Mayor S.Amarsaikhan held a meeting with his counterpart from Beijing during the ‘Regional Cooperation’ panel at the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation. The event was held last week.

At the meeting, the two sides discussed the

The Khentii by-election – nominations submitted

Mongolia will hold a by-election in Khentii Province after the MP resigned. The election will be held on 30 June.

Earlier today, a total of nine parties, including the Democratic Party, Mongolian People’s Party, the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party and National

UN Special Rapporteur starts work in Mongolia

UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Michel Forst is undertaking a mission to Mongolia from 30 April to 13 May. He will visit the capital city Ulaanbaatar, as well as the Airag and Ulaanbadrakh Soums of Dornogobi Province. Mr Forst

President visits China-Mongolia judo training camp

Mongolian President Battulga Khaltmaa has attended a joint China-Mongolia training camp during a visit to Beijing.

Thirty Mongolian athletes participated in the training camp, along with the Chinese national team at the National Olympic Sports Centre.

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Japan recruiting IT specialists from Mongolia

Japan is currently facing a labour crisis, largely due to the declining birth-rate. Hi-tech companies are also suffering from the shortfall of homegrown talent, and intense competition from the United States, Europe China and India; they are now looking to