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Mongolia’s saiga antelope called most threatened


BioBeer: Asia Foundation's Water Quality Monitoring


Dust from Mongolia reported in South Korea


Herders report 120,000 animals lost in January


Mongolian population reaches 2.7 million

Newly released government figures show the population of Mongolia is 2,700,000 as of January 2009.

About 40 percent of the population, or 1,080,000, live in Ulaanbaatar.

A breakdown of the population shows that 29 percent of the...

Mongolia and North Korea Cooperate on hydro-meteorology

Pyongyang, February 18 (KCNA) -- The minutes of the 1st session on exchange and cooperation in the field of hydro-meteorology...

Donation from Prague to assist in returning wild horses to Mongolia

The city of Prague will assist Mongolia in the studies of its wild horses. 

In a ceremony in Ulaabaatar, the Czech Ambassador to Mongolia has presented a...

A campaign to select the Seven Wonders of Mongolia

A campaign to select the Seven
Wonders of Mongolia will continue until winners are announced on February
20, 2009....

Mongolia’s Flaming Cliffs nominated to become honored by Seven Wonders

Mongolia’s Flaming Cliffs
has been nominated as one of the World’s Seven Wonders.  

The cliffs give off a glowing
orange color, giving it its name. 

The Flaming Cliffs were discovered

BioBeer: "Conservation Activities of the Community Based Tourism Network NGO

Galsantseren, Director of Community Based Tourism Network (CBTN), willpresent a talk entitled "Conservation Activities of the Community Based Tourism Network NGO"on *Thursday, January 8, 2009.*
The talk will explain how local...

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