The "Aubrey and the Three Amigos" Tour will be back and forth throughout North America. The tour announcement follows the release of Drake's hit singles "God's Plan" and "Nice For What", leading up to his highly-anticipated fifth studio album, Scorpion.
OPEC's oil output up by 12000 b/d
The upward revision was mainly the result of firm OECD data for the first quarter of 2018. WTI Crude oil slipped to $70.45 per barrel or for 0.35%, according to Reuters.
The tour kicks off July 26 in Salt Lake City and runs through November 17 in Atlanta. Their most popular is "Bad and Boujee".
MI5 attacks Russian Federation over 'fog of lies'
Mr Skripal remains in hospital, while his daughter Yulia, who was also taken ill, was released to a secure location last month. Parker also condemned what he called a disinformation campaign mounted by Russian Federation following the attack.
Tickets go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. for the general public, ranging in price from $55 to $195. Drake collaborated with Migos on the song 'Walk It Talk It.' The concert will be held at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday, September 15. American Express card holders can buy tickets starting Tuesday, while the rest of us must wait until May 18 to get them via Ticketmaster and Live Nation.
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Also, SoftBank does not want to exit Flipkart because such an exit would mean that SoftBank is leaving Indian e-commerce industry. Walmart founder Sam Walton's grandson, Steuart Walton, is reportedly likely to join Flipkart's board of directors.
Iran seeks 'clear future design' for imperilled nuclear deal
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly confirmed that Tehran has been meeting its nuclear commitments fully. Tehran said it will preserve the 2015 nuclear deal with Russian Federation despite Washington's decision to withdraw.
First climbers of 2018 reach Everest summit
Polish climber Janusz Kochanski held the previous record for climbing the seven peaks, doing it in 126 days past year . A Nepali-born Canadian, Sudarshan Gautam, is the first double arm amputee to climb the world's highest mountain.