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Bayer has said the main reason for buying the world's biggest seeds company is to develop entirely new product combinations.
Sanctions were imposed on the country, formerly known as Burma, in 1997 after decades under a military dictatorship
North Korea set off its most powerful nuclear blast till date on Friday.
The July attack in Dhaka's diplomatic quarter was claimed by the Middle Eastern jihadist group Islamic State.
Kaplan's remarks on the campaign were unusual in that Fed officials typically avoid making any comments on politics
North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test on Friday, setting off a blast that was more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
The presidents of the two longtime allies were due to hold talks on Tuesday but the White House cancelled the meeting after Duterte's insult.
At the two-day gathering took place in the scenic Chinese city of Hangzhou
The two nuclear-armed neighbours have been moving to gradually ease long-existing tensions between them.
The raid came six days after Bangladesh-born Canadian citizen, accused of masterminding the cafe attack, was killed.
At least four suicide bombers attacked a Christian neighbourhood in northwestern Pakistan.
A life-sized nude statue of US Republican presidential contender Donald Trump is going up for auction.
The suspect, identified as 17-year-old Ivan Armadi is under interrogation.
Further rate hikes are expected to be few and far between as the US central bank tries to balance a desire to fuel growth against worries it could overheat the economy.
International benchmark Brent crude oil prices LCOc1 were trading at $49.46 per barrel at 0658 GMT, down 21 cents from their previous close.
Security forces killed two suspected militants to end the attack on the compound.
The attack was the deadliest in a series of bombings in Turkey this year.
The attack appeared to have hit when a large group of people from a wedding party took to the streets in celebration.
Judging by the rotation that already started taking place in stocks, the market seems poised for higher rates.
Hillary Clinton, quickly dismissed Trump's apology, saying: "Donald Trump literally started his campaign by insulting people."