In the face of the first publicized case of trafficking, some Mongolians are taking a closer look at a crime virtually unknown–but likely widespread–in the country by Nomin Lhagvasuren ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia–Altanzul, 20, and Ariuntsetseg, 21, first met two years ago. After seeing an attractive newspaper ad, the two women from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia’s capital, had both […]

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