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Genghis Khan's legacy lives on in Mongolia

Warrior's reputation is one of a ruthless tyrant but some Mongolians believe he has been misunderstood.

Last updated: 16 Mar 2014 08:14
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Mongolian warrior Genghis Khan built one of the largest empires in the world. He is known as a tyrant responsible for the deaths of millions of people in the 13th century.

Some Mongolians, however, believe the world has misunderstood their great leader.

Al Jazeera's Marga Ortigas reports from Ulaanbaatar.

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