Sarah Hedgecock · 03/26/14 03:30PM
Kazakh Women Protest Lace Underwear BanSarah Hedgecock · 02/17/14 05:04PM
Kanye West Got Paid By Kazakh Leader To Bore Everyone at WeddingMax Rivlin-Nadler · 09/01/13 04:31PM
Hero Dog Run Over by Train After Pulling Suicidal Owner Off TracksNeetzan Zimmerman · 09/10/12 08:46AM
Kazakh Foreign Minister Says Borat Responsible for Tourism BoomNeetzan Zimmerman · 04/24/12 07:02PM
Kazakhstan's Real National Anthem Doesn't Claim 'Prostitutes Cleanest in the Region'Louis Peitzman · 03/24/12 09:52AM
This is video of Maria Dmitrienko, member of Kazakhstan's shooting team, receiving her gold medal at a ceremony in Kuwait. You might also recognize the song — which should be the Kazakh anthem and is instead the spoof anthem used in the film Borat. While Dmitrienko seems to take it pretty well in the video, the team has demanded an apology.
Kazakhstan Finally Responds to Borat With a Film of Their OwnEna Brdjanovic · 10/19/10 05:05PM
It only took Kazakhstan four years to respond to Sasha Baron Cohen. My Brother Borat is an attempt to redeem Kazakhstan of the negative attention that has plighted the country since Cohen donned a bad mustache in 2006's Borat.
Sexy Spy Anna Chapman Spotted In KazakhstanJeff Neumann · 10/08/10 04:21AM
Well, It Takes the Focus Off of Your Face, I GuessMax Read · 06/30/10 10:44PM
Jay Leno Taking The Rest Of The Day OffHamilton Nolan · 06/17/08 08:49AM
"Kazakhstan's sole communication satellite, used by many of the nation's TV broadcasters, is out of control due to a computer glitch and may be lost altogether, officials said." At least they won't be able to see all the "Borat" jokes that are coming. Ha, who's running the space program over there, ha? [NYP]
QuestionRichard Lawson · 05/27/08 10:43AM
Maybe Sacha Baron Cohen Wasn't KiddingDoree Shafrir · 03/05/07 04:45PM
A tipster sends along an email that purports to be from the "Cultural Center of Kazakhstan," an outfit that appears to have a barely functioning website. The email announces the Center's upcoming project at the "Time Warnerer building" called "From Kazakhstan With Love." We were all set to chalk this up as some sort of Petrescu-sibling-esque joke, when we read on and discovered that maybe, sadly, there's nothing intentionally funny about this at all.