Ангилал: Европын холбоо
EU to remove Panama, Korea, UAE, 5 others from tax haven blacklist
European Union officials have proposed removing eight jurisdictions from the blacklist of tax havens the bloc adopted in December, in what critics may see as a blow to its campaign against tax avoidance.
Partnership and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and Mongolia enters into force
On 1 November, the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) between the European Union and its Member States and Mongolia will enter into force.
Britain, Mongolia pledge to do more mining together
Britain and Mongolia signed their first memorandum of understanding in the mining sector on Tuesday, pledging an exchange of technology and expertise, and deepening ties based on Rio Tinto’s huge copper mine in the South Gobi desert.
There is going to be a camel racing day at Chilham Castle
A day celebrating Mongolian culture at Chilham Castle will include camel racing, camel rides and camel ice cream.
Unit of Eastern Europe’s largest private coal miner files for insolvency
The main unit of Eastern Europe’s largest private coal miner New World Resources (LON:NWR) filed for insolvency on Tuesday, after the Czech government and company creditors refused to offer the firm a financial lifeline.
Berlin police suspect explosive device caused car to explode, driver dead
German police said they suspect an explosive device caused a car to explode and kill the driver on a road in central Berlin on Tuesday morning.
Голландия не даст монголам убежища, так как в Монголии жить не страшно
Монголия вошла в список безопасных стран, жители которых не имею право на убежище в Голландии и до 1 марта должны выехать из страны, сообщает Аsiarussia.
VIKTOR ORBÁN ON A DIPLOMATIC MISSION IN MONGOLIA?
Hungarian opposition papers usually have a jolly time making fun of Viktor Orbán’s slim pickings when it comes to making fancy state visits to countries that, from the vantage point of Budapest, don’t seem especially important. Certainly not important enough to visit with an entourage of sixty or seventy people, including five cabinet ministers and [...]
MNKH signs €25 mln cooperation agreement with Mongolia’s capital
The Hungarian National Trading House (MNKH), set up by the Hungarian state to find new opportunities for Hungarian companies on foreign markets, has signed a cooperation agreement with the local government of Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, on development projects worth a combined €25 million, MNKH said yesterday.
Manchester United-supporting Mongolian teenager scammed by agent is subject of charity appeal
An appeal has been launched to help reimburse a Mongolian footballer who was defrauded of nearly £4,000 by a fake agent.
Uranium Industry set to become major player in Mongolia
Czech company Uranium Industry is pushing to become a major player in uranium mining in Mongolia through its own research and mining projects and a pending US 200 million dollar buy-out of one of its Canadian rivals on the ground.
Long Eaton couple take on mammoth charity trip to Mongolia
An intrepid couple are planning to travel to Mongolia in a worn-down Ford Fiesta to raise money for two charities.
Merkel eyes airline, commodities cooperation with Mongolia
Mongolian airlines want to intensify cooperation with German flag carrier Lufthansa , Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday after talks with Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj that also touched on a commodities partnership.
ITB Berlin is a Strong Marketplace in Turbulent Times
The 49th edition of ITB Berlin is booked up and once again exhibitor numbers are high. From 4 to 8 March 2015, on a display area covering 26 halls, 10,096 exhibitors from 186 countries will be offering visitors a representative overview of travel products and services from around the world and of growth-intensive niche markets. [...]
Two men and a woman arrested after immigration raid on Japanese takeaway in Salford
Two men and a woman, all from Mongolia, were arrested in an immigration service raid on a Japanese street food takeaway in Salford.
Mongolian president visits Charles University
Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj met Charles University (UK) rector Tomáš Zima today, who showed interest in continued cooperation between UK and Mongolian universities and pointed out that UK participates in education activities in Ulan Bator through its embassy.
Монгол Улсын Ерөнхийлөгч Прагад галт тэргээр очиж айлчлалаа эхлүүлэв
Netradičně vlakem přicestoval v neděli na oficiální státní návštěvu Česka mongolský prezident Cachjagín Elbegdordž. Na pražském hlavním nádraží ho uvítali zástupci prezidentské kanceláře, ministerstva zahraničí a mongolské ambasády.
How The Simpsons Honored Charlie Hebdo
While last week’s episode “The Man Who Came To Be Dinner” might have made you think that Al Jean and the rest of The Simpsons’ team had left the series on Self-Perpetuating Autopilot, tonight’s episode proved that people are still there and paying attention, as it ended with the image seen below.
Predicting crimes BEFORE they happen: Berlin police adopt Minority Report-style software that seeks out criminal behaviour
When police officers in Minority Report predicted who would commit crimes, and stopped them before they happened, it was considered so futuristic the film was set in 2054.
German government says “ja” to BlackBerry’s acquisition of Secusmart
The German government has signed off BlackBerry’s acquisition of the German company Secusmart, according to local media (Google Translate).
Troon woman’s odyssey back to Outer Mongolia gets BBC audience
It’s 5500 miles from Troon to her old life in Outer Mongolia.
Champagne is now a protected name in the land of Gengis Khan
Whilst the United States of America and the Russian Federation continue to drag their feet, the Republic of Mongolia has just officially recognised the geographical indication of Champagne.
Polish coal miner slashes production forecast amid restructuring
Poland-owned JSW, the largest coking coal miner in the European Union, has cut its 2014 production target by 9% to 12% and slashed investment in an effort to regain profitability after steep falls in coal prices and an ongoing corporate restructuring.
Woman with Ebola-like symptoms taken to hospital in Berlin
Emergency services in Berlin cordoned off a job center and took a woman with Ebola-like symptoms including high fever to hospital, German media reported, citing ambulance workers.
Three Przewalski’s horses sent from Prague zoo to Mongolia
Three Przewalski’s horse mares from Prague zoo were sent to Mongolia, their country of origin, aboard a CASA military transport planes today.