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LG Display posts smallest profit

SEOUL: LG Display Co Ltd reported its smallest profit since it returned to the black in the second quarter of last year, as demand for iPhone and iPad screens from Apple weakened amid concerns the US company is losing its lustre in the mobile device market.

Grieving Netizens slam Wong as being insensitive

THE uploading of her latest musical posters in a microblogging site in China on the day when many were grieving has had Netizens all riled up over Hong Kong singer-songwriter Ivana Wong (pic), reported Sin Chew Daily.

Tensions high after Iraq forces raid Sunni camp, 23 dead

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - At least 23 people were killed when Iraqi security forces stormed a Sunni Muslim protest camp near Kirkuk on Tuesday, triggering a gun battle between troops and protesters and provoking insurgent attacks in other areas.

Iraq raid on Sunni protest sparks clashes, 44 killed

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi forces stormed a Sunni Muslim protest camp on Tuesday, triggering a gunfight between troops and demonstrators that spread to army clashes with Sunni militants and killed more than 40 people.

Paraguay's next president a rich newcomer to politics

ASUNCION (Reuters) - President-elect Horacio Cartes is one of Paraguay's wealthiest men and, in a country infamous for corruption, some voters hope that means they will have a leader who is not tempted to steal.

GE13: Shame on EC official for making BN candidate change shirt, says rep

KUCHING: A lawyer assemblyman is angered and puzzled by the actions of an Election Commission (EC) official in Hulu Rajang which he claims has “humiliated” Barisan Nasional candidate Wilson Ugak Kumbong during nomination day.

GE13: Shahrizat – No one to blame for small number of BN female candidates

KUALA LUMPUR: Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said she is not going to blame anyone for the small number of female candidates Barisan Nasional in the 13th general election.

GE13: DAP admits starting block defeat

SIBU: The DAP here claimed that it had been beaten at the starting block in the poster war due to the initial non-recognition of its central executive committee (CEC) by the Registrar of Society (ROS).

Frustrated Iraqi Sunnis protest, fear they being sidelined

RAMADI, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqis in Sunni provinces boycotted government offices, closed shops and deserted universities on Monday in the latest protests by the minority sect which fears it is being marginalised by Shi'ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

Malaysia-Market factors to watch on April 22 (Monday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the Malaysian market.