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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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22.10.2019 3:58 Trump’s Impeachment Woes Amplified by GOP’s Inability to ‘Keep Message Discipline’

From Congress to the Cabinet, US President Donald Trump’s laundry list of alleged scandals are putting party loyalty and logic to the test. Despite a seemingly chaotic media showing from Trump critics and allies alike, it’s unclear whether these recent developments are enough to move the needle and actually produce a presidential impeachment.


22.10.2019 3:50 ‘What We’ve Been Dreaming of’: Half-Hearted Gov Concessions Unite Lebanese Protesters Across Creeds

Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets in Lebanon to protest corruption, economic instability and the ruling class’s austerity measures, continuing to grow after half-hearted concessions from Beirut. For political organizers, the unity between sects, genders, and nationalities is “what we have been dreaming of.”


22.10.2019 3:12 ‘We Don’t Need Foreigners’: Greta Thunberg Mural Defaced in Canada in Protest of Anti-Oil Rhetoric

The graffiti artwork was repeatedly painted over during the weekend, as Alberta residents say the climate activist does not offer working solutions in her climate speeches.


22.10.2019 2:55 Abortion, Same-Sex Marriage Now Legal in Northern Ireland

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Northern Ireland has legalized abortion and same-sex marriage as the midnight deadline passed amid failing last-minute efforts to block the legalization.


22.10.2019 2:12 Twitter Announces Policy to Address ‘Synthetic,’ ‘Manipulated’ Media

The social platform does not disclose what its new policy will be, but it will hold a “feedback period” before the policy goes live.


22.10.2019 1:35 New Blood Needed: 34% of Americans List Politicians, Poor Leadership as US’ Top Issue

As the US House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry continues, a recent survey conducted by Gallup has found that a near-record-high percentage of Americans view the country’s leadership as the main problem plaguing the US.


22.10.2019 1:24 Korea-Lago: US Negotiators Offered to Build Up DPRK’s Kalma Tourist Area During Talks - Report

According to a South Korean newspaper, US negotiators made a pitch to their North Korean counterparts at recent talks in Stockholm, Sweden, to help the socialist state develop a new tourist area on its east coast.


22.10.2019 0:58 Expressing Protest? Model Twerks Amid Burning Barcelona Streets

A week of protests against a Spanish Supreme Court ruling to jail Catalan independence leaders has made some streets in the Catalan capital look like a war zone.


22.10.2019 0:48 Pentagon Plans US Troop Exit From Afghanistan in Case Trump Orders Withdrawal - Reports

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Department of Defence is putting together plans for a quick US withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan in case President Donald Trump suddenly gives the order, media reported on Monday.


22.10.2019 0:40 Lebanese Government Approves 17-Point Economic Plan in Bid to Defuse Protests

MOSCOW/BEIRUT (Sputnik) - The Lebanese government has endorsed a 17-point economic reform plan, including measures to resolve the electricity crisis in the hope to address demands of mass protests that have been ravaging the country since last week, the presidential office said on Monday.


22.10.2019 0:33 US Extends License Allowing Chevron, 4 Other Firms to Operate in Venezuela - Treasury

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US oil giant Chevron and four other American energy companies have been granted a license to continue operations in Venezuela without getting hit with sanctions for at least three more months, the Treasury Department announced in a press release on Monday.


22.10.2019 0:25 German Defence Minister Says to Offer Creating North Syria International Safe Zone to NATO

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Monday that she would propose to the NATO member states to create an internationally-controlled safe zone, with the involvement of Turkey and Russia, in northern Syria, which is currently subjected to the Turkish military operation.


22.10.2019 0:17 WADA-Russia Meeting on Alleged Moscow Lab Data Tampering Postponed Indefinitely

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The meeting between Russian officials and representatives from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has been postponed for an undetermined period as experts continue to study Russia's explanations about suspected manipulation of data from the Moscow anti-doping lab, WADA press service said Monday.


21.10.2019 23:54 US Military Will Invest Billions to Upgrade, Expand Northern Australia Presence

The Pentagon is investing billions of dollars in upgrading and expanding US capabilities at a base in Australia’s Northern Territory, according to a Monday announcement by Australian Defense Minister Linda Reynolds.


21.10.2019 23:54 Pakistan Eyes Doubling Tourism Revenue via Religious Corridor

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21.10.2019 23:28 Ahead of India Tour, Bangladesh Cricketers Go on Strike

New Delhi (Sputnik): A Bangladesh cricket team tour to India in November appears to be in jeopardy as of Monday after key players went on strike citing unfulfilled demands, media reports said.


21.10.2019 23:24 Videos: Hong Kong Police Apologize For Coating Mosque in Paint During Anti-Protest Op

The Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) met with local imams over the weekend and issued an apology to the city’s Muslim community after officers “accidentally” sprayed the Kowloon Mosque with blue dye during an operation “combatting crimes” carried out by alleged rioters.


21.10.2019 22:58 Indian Minister to Pakistan: Stopping Mails Akin to Violation of International Norms

New Delhi (Sputnik): Diplomatic tensions since a 14 February terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir and the abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in August have worsened even long-held basic relations between the two nuclear neighbours.


21.10.2019 22:33 Trump 'Fully Prepared' For Military Action Against Turkey If Needed - Pompeo

The US Secretary of State vowed to apply economic and political measures before resorting to a military confrontation.


21.10.2019 22:13 It's Always About Oil, Huh? Trump Mulls 'Keeping' Syrian Crude With US Company's Help

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