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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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21.8.2019 18:57 UK Prime Minister Johnson Meets German Chancellor Merkel in Berlin (Video)

Earlier this week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the EU would consider 'practical solutions' for the post-Brexit Irish border issue with the United Kingdom.


21.8.2019 18:30 Bollywood Launches #WhyTheGap Campaign for Underprivileged Kids

New Delhi (Sputnik): The Indian film industry has taken to social media with #WhyTheGap to spread awareness about the struggles faced by the country’s underprivileged children.


21.8.2019 18:28 #SaveSpiderMan Trending on Twitter Over Axing From Marvel Cinematic Universe

The difficulties surrounding the ownership of Spider-Man are the result of Marvel selling the film rights to the character when it faced bankruptcy in the 1990s. A deal was made prior to the release of 'Civil War' to use Spider-Man in the MCU with Sony receiving all of the box office profits from the films.


21.8.2019 18:20 Boris Johnson Injects Extra £25m to UK Hospice Services Help People 'Die as Comfortably as Possible'

UK hospices support over 200,000 people with "terminal or life-limiting conditions" every year, the UK government wrote, adding that the additional funding would help "tens of thousands" of family members seeking bereavement support.


21.8.2019 18:16 Global Cinema Heading Beyond Hollywood - Indian Actress Deepika Padukone

New Delhi (Sputnik): When asked what Hollywood can take from Bollywood, one of the highest-paid actresses in the Indian film industry, Deepika, expressed her concerns over the lack of diversity in Hollywood,


21.8.2019 18:14 Russian and Finnish Presidents Hold Press Conference Following Talks in Helsinki (Video)

The two presidents are expected to discuss a variety of issues pertaining to bilateral cooperation, focusing on international and regional issues, as well as ties between Russia and the EU.


21.8.2019 18:12 One Person Dies as Helicopter Crashes in Russia's Northwest - Russian Emergency Situations Ministry

According to the ministry, the pilot of the vehicle died in the incident, adding that his body was found near the crash site.


21.8.2019 18:9 As UK Reconsiders HS2, What Are the World’s Biggest Civil Engineering Projects in the Pipeline?

Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, mankind has been intend on taking on bigger and bigger civil engineering projects. Motorways, railways, bridges and tunnels have spread from Europe and North America to Asia and now Africa and Latin America.


21.8.2019 17:45 China Deploys its Coast Guard Near Indian Oil Block in South China Sea - Source

New Delhi (Sputnik): India's state-funded Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has been carrying out oil exploration in the contested waters of the South China Sea. Sources said it is the third significant intrusion in 2019 into Vietnam's exclusive economic zone by China, noting that the last incident involved 20 Chinese ships.


21.8.2019 17:36 US Treasury Sanctions Three Chinese Nationals for Fentanyl Trafficking

Earlier this month, US President Donald Trump accused Beijing of failing to curb the flow of the synthetic opioid fentanyl into the United States.


21.8.2019 17:29 Gay Indian Athlete in Twitter Spat with Actor Over ‘Misogynist’ Film Poster

New Delhi (Sputnik): Lesbian sprinter Dutee Chand has found herself involved in a war of words with Indian actor Satapathy following widespread outrage over a misogynistic poster for his upcoming film.


21.8.2019 17:20 Seoul Undecided on Extension of Military Information Pact With Tokyo Amid Bilateral Row

MOSCOW, (Sputnik) - Ties between Japan and South Korea took a turn for the worse after the latter's top court ruled that a number of Japanese companies could be sued for their use of forced labour during WW II. Japan has protested the decision, claiming that the 1965 agreement had resolved the issue of damages once and for all.


21.8.2019 17:17 Tony Blair's Think Tank Warns Building More Homes Cannot Solve UK Housing Crisis

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Building more homes will do little to rein in soaring UK housing prices as long as there are not enough subsidies for first-time buyers and young families, a non-profit set up by former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said in its research out Wednesday.


21.8.2019 17:10 Court in Mexico Approves Recreational Cocaine Use for Two People

The court said that both claimants are allowed to "possess, transport and use cocaine" but not sell it. Now the decision is due to be considered by a higher court.


21.8.2019 17:5 'Not Serious': Angela Merkel Reportedly Plans to Reject Boris Johnson's Brexit Proposal

The Irish Border issue has plagued the issue of UK withdrawal from the EU since the referendum in 2016. Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement included a 'backstop' which keeps Northern Ireland in The EU Customs Union. However, the UK's ruling Conservative Party relies on partnership Democratic Unionists to govern, who adamantly reject the backstop.


21.8.2019 16:49 Amazon Opens Largest Campus outside US in Indian City of Hyderabad

New Delhi (Sputnik): US technology giant Amazon.com Inc. hopes to accommodate 15,000 workers at its new location, in the hopes of capitalising on the fast-growing consumer market of the world's second most-populous country.


21.8.2019 16:34 Amount of Money US Planned to Spend on Buying Greenland Revealed – Report

Earlier, Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen rebuffed US President Donald Trump’s interest in buying Greenland as an “absurd discussion", stressing that the that the island is “not for sale”.


21.8.2019 16:18 Moscow Waiting for Specific Proposals on Renewing G8 Following Trump's Favourable Remarks

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Trump told reporters at the White House on Tuesday that he would support Russia's return to the group and subsequent resumption of the G8 format. Trump said he believed Russia was initially expelled from the G8 because Russian President Vladimir Putin had "outsmarted" his predecessor Barack Obama.


21.8.2019 16:16 Former Indian Minister on the Run After Evading Arrest in Corruption, Money Laundering Cases

Former Finance and Home Minister of India Palaniappan Chidambaram, who was denied clemency by top courts of India in corruption and money laundering cases, has successfully evaded arrest since Tuesday, 20 August.






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