Donald Trump Jr. Went To Mongolia, Got Special Treatment From The Government And Killed An Endangered Sheep
During a summer 2019 hunting trip, Donald Trump Jr. killed a rare argali sheep. The Mongolian government issued him a hunting permit retroactively and he met with the country’s president.
The deaths occurred in a remote part of Mongolia, where locals believe eating raw rodent kidney is good for their health.
By Ed Yong On Wednesday, a team of scientists unveiled a newly discovered dinosaur that had the body and sickle-clawed feet
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One in five women in Mongolia is subject to domestic abuse. Now a new law gives the police more power and responsibility
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Pyonyang in Ulaanbaatar: Exploring a Restaurant Run by the North Korean Government, in Mongolia's Capital
These beautiful, talented women, relegated to performing to an empty restaurant in a city at the end of the world. The beefy
Their wrestler was denied a bronze medal for "fleeing" his opponent, believing the match was over and that he had won.
Under some forecasting approaches, a few countries that won no medals at London, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines
Some contortionists in Mongolia start practicing the art as young as 6 years old and train up to four hours a day to perfect their flexibility.