Agreement with Eurekahedge Expands eVestment’s Hedge Fund Data Offering

ATLANTA, July 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — eVestment, a global leader in institutional investment data and analytics, today announced an agreement with Eurekahedge to offer Eurekahedge fund data and indices…

Radware Expands Its Cloud Workload Protection Service to Include Crypto-Jacking Detection

MAHWAH, N.J., July 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced that its Cloud Workload Protection Service now…

Another Canadian Detained in China Amid Diplomatic Chill

OTTAWA, ONTARIO � A Canadian citizen has been detained in Yantai, China, Canada’s government said Saturday, a step that comes amid tense relations between the countries. Global Affairs Canada did…

Erdogan Faces New Challenger as Party Split Looms

ISTANBUL – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan could be facing his biggest political challenge, with the resignation of his former economic czar Ali Babacan threatening to split his ruling AKP…

ASEAN Defense Ministers Call for Peace, Stability in South China Sea

ASEAN defense ministers on Thursday approved a declaration seeking to turn the South China Sea, a maritime region marked by tension over competing territorial claims, into a sea of peace.…

Four Rakhine Men Back in Myanmar After Deportation From Singapore Over Arakan Army Ties

Four of six ethnic Rakhine men arrested in Singapore for allegedly mobilizing support for the Arakan Army (AA) rebel group arrived back in Myanmar Wednesday night, though authorities have held…

Russian Journalist Feels ‘Doomed’ by Inclusion on Terror List

A Russian journalist who has been pursued by Russian police since last November following a radio commentary on a bombing said she was stunned to find out that authorities have…

New Thai Leader Keeps Junta’s Powers of Arbitrary Detention

BANGKOK – Thailand’s new civilian government will retain the power to arbitrarily detain critics despite the imminent easing of junta-era security controls, prompting warnings from rights groups of enduring “martial…

New Thai Leader Keeps Junta’s Powers of Arbitrary Detention

BANGKOK – Thailand’s new civilian government will retain the power to arbitrarily detain critics despite the imminent easing of junta-era security controls, prompting warnings from rights groups of enduring “martial…