The Guardian: Mongolia declares state of emergency as riots kill five

The president of Mongolia has declared a state of emergency after rioting sparked by allegations of election fraud left five dead, more than 300 injured and hundreds in detention. The sudden outbreak of violence in the capital, Ulan Bator, is the worst for decades, say experts. Thousands of rock-throwing protestors besieged the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary party (MPRP) headquarters yesterday, torching the building and overturning vehicles around the centre of the capital. To read the full article, click hereMongolia declares state of emergency as riots kill five

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