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  • Streets calm in riot-hit Mongolia

    Jul 3, 08 • 773 Views • Lifestyle1 Comment

    The streets of the Mongolian capital, Ulan Bator, are reported to be calm, two days after rioting that left five people dead. The situation had stabilised, the justice minister said, and police had replaced troops on the streets. A state of emergency remains...

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  • Mongolian president declares state of emergency

    Jul 2, 08 • 606 Views • Politics2 Comments

    Mongolian President Nambariin Enkhbayar late today declared a four-day state of emergency amid violent protests in the capital over alleged rigged elections, according to national television. “From 11:30 pm (2100 IST) today there will be a four-day...

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  • Emergency situation update

    Jul 2, 08 • 663 Views • News1 Comment

    According to the sources, police has arrested 710 people during last night’s violence. The police is now conducting queries from these people since most of these people may have been just observers and not involved in protesting activities. Thus police is...

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  • Mongolia declares state of emergency

    Jul 2, 08 • 338 Views • NewsNo Comments

    By Irja Halasz ULAN BATOR (Reuters) – Mongolian President Nambariin Enkhbayar has declared a state of emergency for four days, after Mongolians alleging election fraud clashed with police and set fire to the headquarters of the ruling party, state...

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  • Mongolia under state of emergency

    Jul 2, 08 • 401 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Mongolia has declared a four-day state of emergency after thousands of people staged a violent protest against elections they say were rigged by the ruling party. Shots were heard as troops moved into the capital Ulaan Baator late on Tuesday, in an attempt to...

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