As trade deadline looms, U.S. and China sprint to seal a deal
U.S. and Chinese negotiators met for a fifth straight day on Saturday as the two sides race against a March 1 deadline to reach agreement and prevent a further escalation in their trade war.
Report: Warriors' Green to sign with LeBron's agent
Golden State Warriors do-it-all forward Draymond Green is preparing to sign with Rich Paul of Klutch Sports, according to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, which is sure to set off a firestorm of talk that Green will join forces with LeBron James on the Los Angeles Lakers.
Aid convoy leaves Colombian warehouses for Venezuela border: opposition leader
A convoy of trucks carrying humanitarian aid for Venezuela left warehouses in Colombia headed for the nearby border crossing on Saturday, despite Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's insistence they would not be allowed to cross.
Truck carrying aid crosses Brazil border into Venezuela -opposition lawmaker
A truck carrying humanitarian aid crossed into Venezuela from Brazil at midday on Saturday, opposition lawmaker Miguel Pizarro told reporters in Caracas.
India proposes new e-commerce regulations with focus on data rules
India outlined a new draft policy for its burgeoning e-commerce sector on Saturday, focusing on data localization, improved privacy safeguards and measures to combat the sale of counterfeit products.
U.S. 'gravely concerned' about reports of civil society indictments in Turkey: State Department
The United States is "gravely concerned" by reports that prosecutors in Turkey have moved to indict 16 civil society, media and business leaders, the U.S. State Department said on Saturday.
More than 100 separatists detained in Kashmir in pre-election crackdown
More than 100 separatists in Kashmir were detained in overnight raids, police officials said on Saturday, as part of a crackdown on groups that might cause trouble ahead of nationwide elections set to be held by May.
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R. Kelly indictment is latest case fueled by TV documentaries
For years, singer R. Kelly has denied sexual abuse allegations against him and Friday's felony indictment of the performer was delivered weeks after first-person accounts of several accusers aired on television, leading prosecutors to urge potential witnesses to come forward.
Day into emergency rule, Sudan's Bashir names VP and prime minister
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir appointed a first vice president and a new prime minister on Saturday, a day after declaring a state of emergency to counter the most sustained protests since he came to power 30 years ago in a military coup.