A new documentary forces Mongolian media to reconsider their role in society by 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 […]

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