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BAYER-RESULTS/
RTX71I89
July 30, 2019
The logo of German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer is pictured on a billboard for its painkiller...
Leverkusen, Germany
Logo of Bayer is pictured on a billboard for its painkiller Aspirin at the headquarters in Leverkusen...
The logo of German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer is pictured on a billboard for its painkiller Aspirin at Bayer AG's headquarters in Leverkusen, near Cologne, Germany, July 29, 2019. Picture taken July 29, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
BAYER-RESULTS/
RTX71I81
July 30, 2019
The logo of German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer is pictured on a billboard for its painkiller...
Leverkusen, Germany
Logo of Bayer is pictured on a billboard for its painkiller Aspirin at the headquarters in Leverkusen...
The logo of German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer is pictured on a billboard for its painkiller Aspirin at Bayer AG's headquarters in Leverkusen, near Cologne, Germany, July 29, 2019. Picture taken July 29, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-PHARMACY/
RTX6V3US
May 09, 2019
Bottles of Bayer Aspirin sit on a counter at the Rock Canyon Pharmacy, in Provo, Utah, U.S., May 9, 2019....
Provo, UNITED STATES
Bottles of Bayer Aspirin sit on a counter at the Rock Canyon Pharmacy, in Provo, Utah
Bottles of Bayer Aspirin sit on a counter at the Rock Canyon Pharmacy, in Provo, Utah, U.S., May 9, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
USA/
RTR4PJ6N
February 14, 2015
Bayer brand aspirin is seen on display at the Safeway store in Wheaton, Maryland February 13, 2015. ...
Wheaton, UNITED STATES
Bayer aspirin is seen at the Safeway store in Wheaton Maryland
Bayer brand aspirin is seen on display at the Safeway store in Wheaton, Maryland February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3R06
November 21, 2007
Kurt von Figura, president of Goettingen's Georg-August University, poses in the old assembly hall at...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Kurt von Figura, president of Goettingen's Georg-August University, poses in the old assembly hall at the university in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3R05
November 21, 2007
Exterior view of the old assembly hall of Goettingen's Georg-August University with a statue of former...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Exterior view of the old assembly hall of Goettingen's Georg-August University with a statue of former King Wilhelm the IV of Great Britain and Hanover is seen at the university in central Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3R04
November 21, 2007
Biologist Kristin Sauer checks plants in a climate chamber at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Biologist Kristin Sauer checks plants in a climate chamber at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB) of the Georg-August University in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3R03
November 21, 2007
Biologist Kristin Sauer checks plants in a climate chamber at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Biologist Kristin Sauer checks plants in a climate chamber at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB) of the Georg-August University in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3R02
November 21, 2007
Students are pictured in a laboratory for High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) at the Goettingen...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Students are pictured in a laboratory for High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences of the Georg-August University in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3R00
November 21, 2007
Molecular biologist Anton Volkov of Russia moves a plant in the greenhouse at the Goettingen Center for...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Molecular biologist Anton Volkov of Russia moves a plant in the greenhouse at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB) of the Georg-August University in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3QZZ
November 21, 2007
Chemist Alexandra Andreou of Greece places a bottle of enzymes into a vacuum chamber in a laboratory...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Chemist Alexandra Andreou of Greece places a bottle of enzymes into a vacuum chamber in a laboratory for High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences of the Georg-August University in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3QZW
November 21, 2007
Exterior view of the old assembly hall of Goettingen's Georg-August University with a statue of former...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Exterior view of the old assembly hall of Goettingen's Georg-August University with a statue of former King Wilhelm the IV of Great Britain and Hanover is seen at the university in central Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SCIENCE/
RTX3QZR
November 21, 2007
Kurt von Figura, president of Goettingen's Georg-August University, poses in the old assembly hall at...
Goettingen, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/
Kurt von Figura, president of Goettingen's Georg-August University, poses in the old assembly hall at the university in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Picture taken October 29, 2007. To accompany feature GERMANY-SCIENCE/ REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
DIABETES-POOR/
RTR1SECM
July 31, 2007
Generic Aspirin pain medication pills are shown in the pharmacy of the J.W.C.H. safety-net clinic in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Generic Aspirin pain medication pills are shown in the pharmacy of the J.W.C.H. safety-net clinic in...
Generic Aspirin pain medication pills are shown in the pharmacy of the J.W.C.H. safety-net clinic in the center of skid row in downtown Los Angeles, July 30, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES)
BELGIUM ASYLUM SEEKER
RTR9EKB
December 29, 2003
IRANIAN ASYLUM SEEKER FARNOUD HOLDS A HUNGER STRIKE ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER IRANIANS IN A CHURCH IN...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
IRANIAN ASYLUM SEEKER FARNOUD HOLDS A HUNGER STRIKE ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER IRANIANS IN A CHURCH ......
IRANIAN ASYLUM SEEKER FARNOUD HOLDS A HUNGER STRIKE ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER IRANIANS IN A CHURCH IN BRUSSELS. Iranian asylum seeker Farnoud, 33, holds a cup of water and some aspirin tablets as he holds a hunger strike along with several other Iranians in a church in Brussels, December 29, 2003. The Iranians, who held a previous hunger strike, are holding another protest because they have had no response from the Belgian authorities regarding their request for asylum. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BRITAIN
RTR6UFX
November 13, 2003
Dena Thompson leaves the Old Bailey, London, November 13, 2003.
Thompson is on trial for the murder...
London, UK
DENA THOMPSON ON TRIAL FOR MURDERING HER HUSBAND WEBB LEAVES THE OLD
BAILEY.
Dena Thompson leaves the Old Bailey, London, November 13, 2003.
Thompson is on trial for the murder of her late husband Julian Webb,
who died from an overdose of aspirin and anti-depressants on his 31st
birthday in 1994, which at the time was thought to have been a suicide.
REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

MC/MD/JV
BAYER
RTXITH4
March 06, 1999
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen...
Leverkusen, Germany
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkuse.....
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen wrapped up as a giant "Aspirin" box March 6. Bayer celebrates the 100th anniversary of the company's famous pain-killer.
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BAYER
RTXITH3
March 06, 1999
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen...
Leverkusen, Germany
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkuse.....
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen wrapped up as a giant "Aspirin" box March 6. Bayer celebrates the 100th anniversary of the company's famous pain-killer.
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GERMANY
RTRMK4M
March 06, 1999
A worker adjusts a foil to wrap on an admistration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company designed...
Leverkusen
WORKER ADJUSTS FOIL WRAP ON AN ADMIN BUILDING OF BAYER AG CHEMICAL COMPANY IN LEVERKUSEN.
A worker adjusts a foil to wrap on an admistration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company designed as a giant "Aspirin" box in Leverkusen March 6. Bayer is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the company's famous pain-killer.

AKW/GB
GERMANY
RTRMK39
March 06, 1999
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen...
Leverkusen
ADMIN BUILDING OF BAYER AG CHEMICAL COMPANY IN LEVERKUSEN WRAPPED IN NEW ASPIRIN DESIGN.
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen wrapped up as a giant "Aspirin" box March 6. Bayer celebrates the 100th anniversary of the company's famous pain-killer.

AKW/GB
RTRMK33
March 06, 1999
An aerial view shows a vessel on the river Rhine in front of a plant of the German Bayer AG chemical...
Germany
A VESSEL ON THE RIVER RHINE FLOATS PAST A BUILDING OF BAYER AG CHEMICAL COMPANY IN LEVERKUSEN.
An aerial view shows a vessel on the river Rhine in front of a plant of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen March 6. Bayer wrapped an administration building as giant "Aspirin" box to mark the 100th anniversary of the company's famous pain-killer.

AKW/GB
GERMANY
RTRMK0W
March 06, 1999
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen...
Leverkusen
WRAPPED ADMINISTRATION BUILDING OF BAYER AG CHEMICAL COMPANY IN LEVERKUSEN.
An aerial view shows an administration building of the German Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen wrapped as giant "Aspirin" box March 6. Bayer celebrates the 100th anniversary of the company's famous pain-killer.

AKW/NS
BAYER
RTXITDP
March 05, 1999
Vessels on the river Rhine float past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in...
Leverkusen, Germany
Vessels on the river Rhine float past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in.....
Vessels on the river Rhine float past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen March 5. The building is wrapped in the shape of a giant "Aspirin" box to mark the 100th annniversary of the company's world famous pain-killer.
BAYER
RTXITDO
March 05, 1999
A vessel on the river Rhine floats past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in...
Leverkusen, Germany
A vessel on the river Rhine floats past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company .....
A vessel on the river Rhine floats past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen March 5. The building is wrapped in a foil in the shape of a giant "Aspirin" box to mark the 100th annniversary of the company's world famous pain-killer.
GERMANY
RTRMJC9
March 05, 1999
A vessel on the river Rhine floats past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in...
Leverkusen, Germany
VESSELS PASS A COVERED ADMINISTRATION BUILDING OF THE BAYER AG IN LEVERKUSEN.
A vessel on the river Rhine floats past an administration building of the Bayer AG chemical company in Leverkusen March 5. The building is wrapped in a foil in the shape of a giant "Aspirin" box to mark the 100th annniversary of the company's world famous pain-killer.

AKW/NS
RTRFPJD
July 20, 1998
Fans in front of a life-size cutout of late Kung Fu star Bruce Lee watch a martial arts demonstration...
Hong Kong
MEMBERS OF HONG KONG BRUCE LEE CLUB WATCH MARTIAL ARTS DEMO.
Fans in front of a life-size cutout of late Kung Fu star Bruce Lee watch a martial arts demonstration July 18 during an exhibition of Lee. Hundreds of fans have flown in the territory to mark on Monday the silver anniversary of the death of Lee, who died at the age of 32 of cerebral edema, apparently brought on after he had taken too much aspirin. Lee remains one of the most pouplar icons of the 20th century.

BY/JIR
RTRFOGI
July 20, 1973
A visitor to an exhibition of martial arts exponent Bruce Lee feeds her baby beside a display of T-shirts...
Hong Kong
VISITOR FEEDS HER BABY AT BRUCE LEE EXHIBITION IN HONG KONG.
A visitor to an exhibition of martial arts exponent Bruce Lee feeds her baby beside a display of T-shirts July 18 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Lee's passing. On July 20, 1973, Lee died at age 32 of cerebral edema, apparently brought on after he had taken too much aspirin. Lee remains one of the most pouplar icons for the Chinese of the 20th century.

BY/JDP
RTRFOFR
July 20, 1973
Fans of late Chinese martial arts exponent Bruce Lee, gesture beside a statue of Lee on July 18 as they...
Hong Kong
FANS OF BRUCE LEE GESTURE DURING AN EXHIBITION IN HONG KONG.
Fans of late Chinese martial arts exponent Bruce Lee, gesture beside a statue of Lee on July 18 as they have their picture taken by a friend, at an exhibition at the Hong Kong Arts Centre to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Lee's passing. On July 20, 1973, Lee died at age 32 of cerebral edema, apparently brought on after he had taken too much aspirin. Lee remains one of the most pouplar icons for the Chinese of the 20th century.

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