Mongolia's presidential election tightens, runoff likely
Mongolia's presidential election appeared headed for a runoff with a business tycoon leading the ruling party's candidate and a nationalist wanting the country to benefit more from its mineral wealth
Corruption, economic crisis overshadow Mongolian election
Mongolians will vote for a new president on Monday in a race pitting a horse salesman against a former judo star and a nationalist wanting to preserve the vast landlocked country's mineral wealth
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