International Incident of the Day

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The poor people of Kazakhstan simply can't catch a break.

A Kazakh athlete who won a gold medal at an international shooting competition in Kuwait took to the podium to receive the honor of having the former Soviet republic's national anthem played over the PA system.

But instead of "My Kazakhstan," the female sport shooter was awarded an earful of the mock-anthem penned for Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat movie.

This latest mixup comes just two weeks after a similar incident involving Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" took place at a Kazakh ski festival.

[arbroath.]

International Incident of the Day

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International Incident of the Day: Recalling the recent gaffes of certain American politicians, Institutional Revolutionary Party member and leading Mexican presidential candidate Enrique Pena Nieto struggled for four minutes to correctly name three books that influenced him.

Speaking at an international book fair in Guadalajara, the former

Diplomatic Photobomb of the Day

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Diplomatic Photobomb of the Day: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in Hawaii for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, was caught in a candid moment of pure joy when she was photobombed by a loinclothed torchbearer during a photo op with Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsang.

"I hope you all captur

International Incident of the Day

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International Incident of the Day: A Russian reporter at a press junket attached to the Russian premiere of Friends With Benefits had the gall to ask Justin Timberlake "why movies" (in lieu of, say, music). A delay in translation kept Timberlake from responding, so his co-star Mila Kunis stepped in to deliver a verbal smackdown in the reporter's native tongue.

"Why movies? Why not?" Kunis, who moved to California from Ukraine at age 7, testily replied. "What