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  • U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, left, meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People Wednesday, April 9, 2014 in Beijing, China. (AP Photo/Alex Wong, Pool)

    Hagel seeks to increase ties with Mongolia

    The United States will expand military training and exercises with Mongolia following the signing of an agreement by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel at the close of his 10-day trip to the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Man gets probation in fossil-smuggling case

    A Colorado man must serve two years of supervised probation on a federal felony conviction of conspiring to smuggle fossils from China into the United States, a federal judge ordered Tuesday.

  • ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 23- In a March 2014 photo front row, left to right, host brother Jared Reynolds and host sister Molly Reynolds, both dressed in traditional Mongolian attire are photographed with their mother Heidi Reynolds, exchange student Oyundari Uurdsaikhan, who goes by the name Daria, and father Mick Reynolds  in Hardwood, Mich. Mick and Heidi have been traveling to Mongolia for the past 14 years in order to teach English in rural areas. This year, instead of going there themselves, a little bit of Mongolia came to them. Daria, has been living with the Reynolds family and attending North Dickinson High School for the 2013-2014 academic year. (AP Photo/The Daily News, Nikki Younk)

    Family hosts Mongolian exchange student

    Mick and Heidi Reynolds of Hardwood have been traveling to Mongolia for the past 14 years in order to teach English in rural areas. This year, instead of going there themselves, a little bit of Mongolia came to them.

  • Catechesis in Mongolia educates laity for evangelization

    A new catechesis program of the Church in Mongolia is promoting holistic formation of the human person as part of the evangelization of the central Asian nation.

  • Maui plays role in reforming Mongolian courts

    Eight prosecutors from Mongolia are using Hawaii courts to learn about the U.S. judicial system.

  • ** FILE ** This Nov. 11, 2009, file photo shows then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walking with a then-Deputy Chief of Staff Jake Sullivan in Singapore. Last summer, Sullivan was traveling with his boss, Hillary Rodham Clinton, when he suddenly disappeared during a stop in Paris. He showed up again a few days later, rejoining Clinton's traveling contingent in Mongolia. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

    Vanishing adviser reappears as Iran policy player

    Last summer, while Jake Sullivan was traveling with his boss, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, he quietly disappeared during a stop in Paris. He showed up again a few days later, rejoining Clinton's traveling contingent in Mongolia.

  • Fla. man pleads guilty in NY over $1M dino dispute

    A Florida fossils dealer pleaded guilty to smuggling charges Thursday and agreed to give up a celebrated $1 million dinosaur skeleton seized by the U.S. government earlier this year for its eventual return to Mongolia.

  • Fla. man pleads guilty in NY in dinosaur dispute

    A Florida fossils dealer pleaded guilty to smuggling charges Thursday and agreed to give up a celebrated $1 million dinosaur skeleton seized by the U.S. government earlier this year for its eventual return to Mongolia.

  • Fla. man charged in NY dinosaur fossils case

    A Florida man was charged Wednesday with smuggling dinosaur fossils into the United States, including a nearly complete Tyrannosaurus Bataar skeleton from Mongolia, federal prosecutors said.

  • Clinton

    Clinton urges Asia to combine human, economic freedoms

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton took aim Monday at China's model of economic growth without democracy, arguing that it undermines long-term prospects and urging other Asian countries to expand markets and political freedom at the same time.

  • Disputed dinosaur fossil auctioned for $1M in NYC

    A dinosaur dispute is brewing between the Mongolian government and an American auction house, which sold a fossil of a fearsome T. Rex relative despite a court order not to.

  • Inside China

    On Nov. 1, China began its nationwide recruitment season for the world's largest military, the 2.3 million strong People's Liberation Army.

  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, right, meets Mongolian wrestler during Mini Nadam, or Mongolian wrestling performance, in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, Monday, Aug. 22, 2011. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

    World Briefs

    Vice President Joseph R. Biden tried his hand at archery and watched a wrestling match during a brief visit Monday in Mongolia, which he called a shining example of democratic development.

  • KYODO NEWS VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS
China has responded to more than a week of surprising protests in Inner Mongolia with its well-honed strategy: deploy overwhelming force, keep potential protesters from gathering and pledge to address at least some grievances.

    Inner Mongolia unrest met with Chinese force

    China has responded to more than a week of surprising protests in Inner Mongolia with its well-honed strategy: deploy overwhelming force, keep potential protesters from gathering and pledge to address at least some grievances.

  • China's response to latest unrest follows pattern

    China has responded to more than a week of surprising protests in Inner Mongolia with its well-honed strategy: deploy overwhelming force, keep potential protesters from gathering and pledge to address at least some grievances.

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