The next president will inherit a $5.5 billion International Monetary Fund-led bailout designed to stabilize its economy and lessen its dependence on China, which purchases 80% of Mongolian exports
'They wanted me to sponsor that entry,' says President Rodrigo Duterte, recalling his conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Mongolian Prime Minister Jargaltulga Erdeneba
Mongolian freestyle women wrestlers eye Rio Olympic medals, but they are still forbidden from participating in their country's own traditional grappling festivals
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe tells assembled leaders in Ulan Bator that the rule of law was 'a universal principle that the international community must firmly maintain'
China insists that the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Mongolia is 'not an appropriate venue' to discuss the South China Sea
Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay will attend the two-day Asia Europe Summit in Mongolia along with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang
Both men will fight in the main event of ONE Championship's 'Dynasty of Champions 6' card on July 2
(UPDATED) Kerry said such a move would 'raise tensions and call into a serious question China's commitment to diplomatically manage the territorial dispute'
(UPDATED) 'Mongolia has made remarkable progress for a young democracy,' says US Secretary of State John Kerry
A video briefly shows People's Liberation Army troops practicing an assault on a building, which closely resembles Taiwan's Presidential Office Building in Taipei
Modi praises the resource-rich nation as 'the new bright light of democracy in our world' and says the two are 'closely linked to the future of the Asia-Pacific region'
Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj will pardon 3 foreign mining executives, including two Filipinos, jailed on tax evasion charges
Millions around Asia usher in the Year of the Sheep, with China kicking off festivities with an annual televised gala
The Chinese teenager, named Hugjiltu, was found guilty and put to death in Inner Mongolia in 1996, but doubt was cast on the verdict when another man confessed to the crime in 2005
After the heartbreak of the Gilas Pilipinas campaign at the 2014 Asian Games, the question remains: will this basketball-crazy country experience Asiad gold in our lives?
Gilas Pilipinas closed a chapter in its basketball history with a victory over Mongolia to finish seventh place in the Asian Games tournament
The Chinese president concludes a visit that looks to forge closer ties with China's resource-rich but often suspicious neighbor
Prokopi is accused of illegally importing in 2010 and 2012, several dinosaur bones for 200,000 dollars from an Asian seller
Iraq's win over Mongolia in the Asian men's volleyball pushes the Power Pinoys into the quarterfinals
Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel endorses stronger military ties with Mongolia as it seeks a US partnership as a counterweight to its powerful neighbors Russia and China
The Philippines is off to a great start in the FIBR Asian Men's Volleyball Championship, playing in home soil and conquering their first assignment
Mongolia's primary benefit from its relationship with North Korea is the support this provides to Mongolia's 'third neighbor' partners
Mongolians voted in a presidential election, amid calls for a fairer distribution of the former Soviet satellite's spectacular mining wealth
The works of German filmmaker and photographer Ulrike Ottinger are on exhibit in the Yuchengco Museum
Deep in the heart of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia amid a landscape of sand dunes and ice canyons, one of the world's biggest copper mines is about to come on stream
Brady goes to China as the Philippines remains locked in a diplomatic standoff with China over the disputed Scarborough Shoal for more than two months now