The Guardian: Vast Mongolian shantytown now home to quarter of country’s population

It is a supreme irony in a country once known as the land without fences. Stretching north from the capital, Ulan Bator, an endless succession of dilapidated boundary markers criss-cross away into the distance. They demarcate a vast shantytown that sprawls for miles and is now estimated to be home to a quarter of the entire population of Mongolia. To read the full article, click hereVast Mongolian shantytown now home to quarter of country’s population

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