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One Direction becomes the most expensive pop group in the history · 2014-12-24 17:04

As experts predict, the British boyzbend One Direction may become the most successful group in the world with revenues of one billion dollars per year.

According to experts, this five will earn a billion dollars for a series of concerts during the upcoming 12-month world tour. Tours include 88 performances. In addition, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Niall Horan will be the first team that will give three concerts in a row at the Rose Bowl Stadium in California, which holds 95,000 spectators. It is assumed that all three performances will take place with a full house.

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25.1.2021 6:28 One of Stockholm's Oldest Churches Suffers Second Attack in Less Than a Week

Having been firebombed with Molotov cocktails barely several days ago, the Spånga church was hit by yet another attack, that has sparked near-universal condemnation.


25.1.2021 6:17 The Inequality Virus: Indian Billionaires' Wealth Increased by 35% During Lockdown, Says Oxfam

The world's top 10 wealthiest people, including Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Warren Buffett, have seen their fortunes increase by half a trillion dollars since the COVID-19 crisis broke out, according to a report released by an international NGO.


25.1.2021 5:52 Scores of Troops Injured as Massive Clash Erupts Between India, China - Reports

India and China held their ninth round of military commander-level talks on Sunday after a two-month hiatus to ease the tensions along the Line of Actual Control. The 10-month long border stand-off erupted after the two sides accused each other of violating border agreements in eastern Ladakh.


25.1.2021 5:50 Tory MPs Reportedly Revolt Against Further Remote Learning Amid Warning of 'Lost Generation of Kids'

Over the weekend, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock hailed the vaccination rollout as making “brilliant progress”, yet was forced to acknowledge that the NHS was still struggling under intense pressure and hopes for an easing of lockdown restrictions in the country were a “long, long, long way” off.


25.1.2021 5:32 Price Tag on Fun: Brits Warned About Hefty Fines for Snowball Fights or Sledging Amid Lockdown

The coronavirus pandemic has forced people to adjust their lives to a new reality, forgoing some of activities that used to be taken for granted, even seemingly innocent ones. Not everyone is pleased with such arrangements, though; certainly not Brits who have been discouraged from enjoying traditional winter pastimes.


25.1.2021 5:10 Danish Prime Minister Burned in Effigy During Violent Anti-Lockdown Protests - Photos

To curb the spread of more transmissible new coronavirus strains, Denmark introduced a partial lockdown, followed by other strict measures to contain the epidemic, including a ban on gatherings of over five people. So far, Denmark has seen over 194,500 Covid-19 cases and close to 2,000 deaths.


25.1.2021 4:57 CDC Has No Exact Estimates of COVID-19 Vaccine Supply in US, New Chief Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has no exact estimates of the coronavirus vaccine supply in the US, the new CDC director, Rochelle Walensky, said.


25.1.2021 4:50 On Verge of Collapse? As COVID-19 Keeps Claiming Its Toll, Israeli Hospitals Struggle to Stay Afloat

Although Israel's health care system is considered one of the best in the world, professionals are complaining that the most recent wave of the pandemic has created an unprecedented situation that is putting a strain on the country's hospitals and staff.


25.1.2021 4:0 Security Beefed Up Across India for Republic Day Amid Call For Tractor Rally by Agitated Farmers

The country is all set to celebrate its Republic Day on 26 January. This year, the country will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day, as the Indian constitution came into effect on 26 January 1950. Every year, a grand parade is held at the Delhi's Rajpath to showcase the country's military capabilities, rich cultural heritage and diversity.


25.1.2021 3:37 Five People, Unborn Child Killed in Mass Shooting in Indianapolis, Police Say

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Four people, a pregnant woman and her unborn child were all killed in a shooting in Indianapolis, police said.


25.1.2021 1:55 Trump Has No Plans to Start His Own Political Party - Report

Shortly before Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, media reported that Trump discussed the idea of forming a third political party, apparently disappointed with Republicans who did not back his claims of election fraud.


25.1.2021 1:3 'What About Carter?' NYT Article Slammed for Touting Biden as 'Most Religiously Observant' President

On Wednesday, Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, becoming only the second Catholic commander-in-chief in American history. The first one was former president John F. Kennedy.


25.1.2021 0:32 Boris Johnson to Launch New International Climate Change Coalition

LONDON (Sputnik) - UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce on Monday a new international coalition to tackle the impact of climate change and set the agenda of the COP26 UN Climate Conference to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, in November, his office said in a statement.


24.1.2021 23:27 Fences in Capitol Hill Area Still Up Several Days After Biden’s Inauguration

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Some of the fencing in Washington DC that was put up ahead of US President Joe Biden’s inauguration has been removed, but the Capitol Hill area is still fenced off, a Sputnik correspondent reports.


24.1.2021 23:17 5,000 US National Guard Troops to Stay in DC Through Mid-March - Report

In the wake of the January 6 protests at the Capitol, some 25,000 National Guard troops were dispatched to Washington, following Trump supporters' storming of the building to prevent Joe Biden's victory certification. The fears of mass demonstrations linger, as the House impeached Trump and charged him with "willful incitement of insurrection".


24.1.2021 22:35 Biden, Macron Discuss Common Foreign Policy Agenda, COVID-19, Climate

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US President Joe Biden has held telephone talks with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron agreeing on close cooperation, including in what concerns the global economic recovery and the pandemic, as well as foreign policy issues.


24.1.2021 21:54 Iran Will Reportedly Issue Seven Demands to President Biden Before Re-Entering Nuclear Deal Talks

United States President Joe Biden has expressed his support for reversing the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and officials within the new government are reported to already be holding quiet discussions with Iranian representatives.


24.1.2021 21:35 COVID-19 More Prevalent Among Pregnant Women Than in General Population

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Pregnant women suffer from the coronavirus infection more often than the general population as a whole, according to recommendations released by the Russian Health Ministry.


24.1.2021 21:29 UK Coronavirus Strain Can Cause 'More Damage, Including Death', Fauci Says

Fauci said earlier that the surveillance of viruses in the US is not at the level he would have liked to see. However, vaccines against the South African strain, as well as the "British" coronavirus variant, would still be successful, he claimed.


24.1.2021 21:18 Ex-Bolivian President Evo Morales Released From Hospital After Battling COVID-19

The former president tested positive for the coronavirus during a routine check-up last week, according to his office, and has been under “medical supervision” ever since.






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