A new documentary forces Mongolian media to reconsider their role in societyby Lucy Collins ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia--Mongolia considers itself to be a country with a free press, and since the democratic revolution in 1990, the newspaper industry has flourished. Almost 1,000 newspapers had been registered at the Justice Ministry at the beginning of 2001, and approximately […]

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