Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is known for his awkwardness during interviews, but his most recent one was bound to be awkward even without Zuckerberg's usual stiffness.
Appearing on Russian late-night TV show "Evening Urgant," hosted by Ivan Urgant, Zuckerberg talked about meeting Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, and Facebook's interest in Russian developers.
But there was a language barrier to overcome. Zuck listened to the translation of Urgant's quips through an earpiece. And everything he said was immediately translated for the audience by a Russian woman doing a voice-over.
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