World Bank Project Threatens Russia’s Lake Baikal

World Bank Project Threatens Russia’s Lake Baikal 0

Critics say a plan to build several hydroelectric power plants in Mongolia would imperil the world’s deepest freshwater lake in neighboring Russia. The World Bank is under fire again for

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New threat to Baikal with plans for new hydroelectric plants in Mongolia 0

Environmentalists call for World Bank to halt funding for projects that could alter flow of rivers leading into lake with water nearing critical low. Lake Baikal is facing another environmental

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Hakuho given ‘People’s Honor Award’ in Mongolia 0

ULAN, BATOR – Yokozuna Hakuho, who set the record for most career championships by winning his 33rd Emperor’s Cup at the New Year Sumo Tournament in January, received the equivalent

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Mongolia parliament to vote on casino bill: report 0

Mongolia’s parliament may vote as early as this week on draft legislation to allow multi-billion dollar casinos in the country, Reuters news agency reports. At a meeting on February 12,

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Mongolia parliament may vote this week on casino bill to boost economy 0

Feb 17 (Reuters) – Mongolia’s parliament may vote as early as this week on draft legislation to develop multi-billion dollar casinos to lure gamblers away from hubs like Macau, seeking

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Day 820: Mongolia Thanks China That Currency Descends Slowly Instead Of Plummeting 0

Mongolia’s government has recently imprisoned American Justin Kapla and Filipinos Cristobal David and Hilarion Cajucom Jr. as part of the government’s ongoing battles with foreign owned mining companies SouthGobi Resources,

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MONGOLIA HAS CHANCE TO SHINE OR FACE LEGAL GLOBAL IMAGE FAILURE 0

Global attention for events in Mongolia is unusual. The cases of imprisoned coal mining executives American Justin Kapla and Filipinos Hilarion Cajucom Jr. and Cristobal is providing Mongolia’s President Elbegdorj

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BANK HACKERS STEAL MILLIONS VIA MALWARE 0

In late 2013, an A.T.M. in Kiev started dispensing cash at seemingly random times of day. No one had put in a card or touched a button. Cameras showed that

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DID APPLE TRY TO BUY TESLA LAST YEAR? 0

Here’s a fun wrinkle to the story that Apple is now exploring development of its own electric car. Almost one year ago exactly, Thomas Lee and David R. Baker of

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Russian top lawmaker, Mongolian president vow to strengthen ties 0

Russia is willing to push forward its relations and mutually beneficial cooperation with Mongolia at different levels, a Russian top lawmaker said here Monday. Russia and Mongolia have enjoyed traditional

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