ULAN BATOR, July 2 (Reuters) - Five people were killed and more than 300 injured in a riot in Mongolia's capital, among people alleging fraud in a weekend election, the country's justice minister said on Wednesday.
At least one foreigner, a Japanese citizen, was among those injured, the minister told a news conference. Some 700 people were detained for their part in the violence, which led to the president declaring a state of emergency. (Reporting by Irja Halasz, writing by Lindsay Beck, editing by Benjamin Kang Lim)
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