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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma confirmed on Wednesday that he has fathered an illegitimate child and that he was in a relationship with the baby girl's mother, Sonono Khoza.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Iran's nuclear programme, China's future role in global affairs and Afghanistan are likely to be major themes at this week's Munich Security Conference, the first at which Beijing will formally participate.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North and South Korea have been secretly trying to set up a summit by mid-year, news reports said on Tuesday, but the South insisted the destitute North would not be offered any payment as an enticement.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Pressure appeared to be rising on Monday for ruling party kingpin Ichiro Ozawa to quit ahead of an election, after a poll showed a majority of voters think he should go if a former aide is charged in a funding scandal.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African opposition parties accused President Jacob Zuma on Monday of a cavalier attitude to safe sex that is hurting the HIV/AIDS campaign after news that a woman not one of his wives had had his 20th child.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Three quarters of Japanese voters think ruling party kingpin Ichiro Ozawa should quit if a former aide is charged in a funding scandal, a poll showed on Monday, raising pressure on the master strategist ahead of an election.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Pressure appeared to be rising on Monday for ruling party kingpin Ichiro Ozawa to quit ahead of an election, after a poll showed a majority of Japan's voters think he should go if a former aide is charged in a funding scandal.
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Global climate talks may have to continue into 2011 after failing last month to agree on a Kyoto successor, the U.N.'s climate chief and Denmark's new climate minister told Reuters on Friday.
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Iran and the U.N. nuclear agency said on Friday a deal on enriched uranium was still possible, but there was no sign Tehran would accept Western terms meant to prevent the material being used in bombs.