The Telegraph - From a tent in a field, how Heathrow has changed - It started as a tent in a field, but new pictures show that the passenger experience at Heathrow has come a long way since the 1940s.
The Diplomat - Mongolia: Proving the Naysayers Wrong - Observers say he is a sure thing. His party hopes he is. In what is a three-way competition, Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj will be seeking to retain power in the presidential election scheduled for June 26, keeping his Democratic Party the dominant force in government at least until the next legislative election.
RIA Novosti - Moscow Mayor Urges Tougher Measures Against Illegal Migrants - Acting Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has called for tougher measures against illegal migrants.
Deutsche Welle - Iran Poll leaves Iranian-Americans both indifferent and frustrated - More than 700,000 Iranian-Americans live in the Greater Los Angeles area. What does the largest Iranian community in the US, nicknamed TehrAngeles, think about the presidential elections in Iran?
Xinhuanet - DPRK criticizes S. Korea for aborted inter-Korean talks - The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Thursday criticized South Korea for the aborted plans to hold high-level talks between the two sides, indicating it would not seek dialogue for the time being.