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Jailing of High-Profile Journalist Shocks Mongolia's Media Industry

Beijing News 06 Jan 2024
Unurtsetseg carved out a reputation for herself in Mongolia as a reporter unafraid to chase down officials for answers ... The journalist's lawyer says the jailing may have severe implications for press freedom in Mongolia.
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Police in Mongolia Raid Newsroom, Charge Editor-in-Chief

Voa News 05 Jan 2024
Since then, her lawyer told VOA, authorities have added more serious charges, including allegedly conspiring with foreign intelligence organizations ...It’s not necessary to raid the newsroom,” the lawyer said.
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Festival offers int'l perspectives on shamanism

Korea Times 11 Oct 2023
Korean shamanism has much in common with the shamanism practiced in continental Northeast Asia, including Mongolia and Siberia, although it would be difficult to confuse a Korean manshin at work with one of their counterparts from these areas.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 5:40 a.m. EDT

Kentucky New Era 06 Oct 2023
Mel Tucker's lawyer offers 'new evidence' to Michigan State. Mongolia, the land of Genghis Khan, goes modern with breakdancing, esports and 3x3 basketball. HANGZHOU, China (AP) — Breakdancing is part of a minor sports revolution going on in Mongolia.
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Where Are They Now? Dispatches from JURIST’s 1998-2000 China correspondent

Jurist 29 Jun 2023
I leaped with pride when I found him, heard his lawyerly arguments, and saw his professionalism, although I disagree with him and question his information about Xinjiang ... recent tour of Mongolia).
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Hohhot Bible Trial: Defendants Charged with “Collusion with Foreign Forces”

Bitter Winter English 16 May 2023
... at the Huimin District Court of Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia.The court tried to rely on a pre-trial conference of March 20, which the defense lawyers regarded as held without them and irregular.
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AP Trending SummaryBrief at 7:22 p.m. EST

The Philadelphia Tribune 04 Mar 2023
The Yamnaya expanded across Eurasia, from Hungary to Mongolia, and their relationship with horses may have enabled these great migrations. Defense lawyers in Idaho killings case want gag order kept ... The estimate has ranged up to two weeks ... ....
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AP Trending SummaryBrief at 7:52 p.m. EST

Athens Daily Review 04 Mar 2023
The Yamnaya expanded across Eurasia, from Hungary to Mongolia, and their relationship with horses may have enabled these great migrations. Defense lawyers in Idaho killings case want gag order kept ... The estimate has ranged up to two weeks ... ....
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AP Trending SummaryBrief at 8:49 p.m. EST

The Galveston Daily News 04 Mar 2023
The Yamnaya expanded across Eurasia, from Hungary to Mongolia, and their relationship with horses may have enabled these great migrations. Defense lawyers in Idaho killings case want gag order kept ... The estimate has ranged up to two weeks ... ....
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In Rural China, Shortages of Treatment, Doctors Prove Deadly

Voa News 03 Feb 2023
Liu Shihui, a human rights lawyer in California who grew up in Xishan Village in Inner Mongolia, learned of the dire situation in neighboring villages from his family when he called on January 23 with Lunar New Year greetings.
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Kremlin says Russian reaction to mobilization ‘hysterical’

La Prensa Latina 23 Sep 2022
Footage showed long queues at border points with Kazakhstan, Georgia, Finland and Mongolia and flights out of Russia quickly sold out shortly after the announcement. According to human rights lawyers, ...
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Russia struggles to replenish its troops in Ukraine

Decatur Daily 12 Aug 2022
"We're seeing a huge outflow of people who want to leave the war zone — those who have been serving for a long time and those who have signed a contract just recently," said Alexei Tabalov, a lawyer who runs the Conscript's School legal aid group.
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Latvia, Estonia leave China-backed East Europe forum

The Associated Press 12 Aug 2022
According to those groups and military lawyers, some soldiers and law enforcement officers have refused deployment to Ukraine or are trying to return home after a few weeks or months of fighting.
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Dairy farm in Ukraine’s Donbas region struggles to survive

The Associated Press 12 Aug 2022
According to those groups and military lawyers, some soldiers and law enforcement officers have refused deployment to Ukraine or are trying to return home after a few weeks or months of fighting.
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Russia struggles to replenish its troops in Ukraine (copy)

Reflector 12 Aug 2022
“We’re seeing a huge outflow of people who want to leave the war zone — those who have been serving for a long time and those who have signed a contract just recently,” said Alexei Tabalov, a lawyer who runs the Conscript’s School legal aid group.
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