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Synonyms for destabilise

become unstable


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make unstable

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Al-Emadi told CNBC that the alleged push to destabilise Qatar's economy is 'against international laws and against the International Monetary Fund establishment.
Despite incessant calls from the GCC states, Doha was adamant on turning naturalisation into a subversive card to support terrorism and destabilise neighbouring countries.
Asked if certain players are trying to destabilise the club, Megson said: "Yes, there are bound to be one or two who are not going to be happy.
Gallas said: "We must be fully focused for 90 minutes because Portugal are a good team and they will try and do everything they can to destabilise us.
Gallas, who has had a solid tournament alongside Lilian Thuram in the centre of Les Bleus defence, claimed their opponents would use every trick in the book to try and destabilise his team, who have six players - five of whom are likely to start tonight - one yellow card from suspension.
Radio 4's Today presenter John Humphrys accused Alastair Campbell of attempting to destabilise the BBC 'in a pretty tacky way'.
RAWALPINDI -- Director General Inter Service Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor Wednesday said Ehsan Ullah Ehsan had exposed hostile foreign agenda and their designs to destabilise Pakistan.
Islamabad -- A key former leaded of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has said that he could spill the beans on the crimes and wrongdoings of the party and Altaf Hussain's allegedly links with RAW to destabilise the country.
The State Department said on its official Arabic Twitter account, @USAbilAraby, that it was committed to working with its allies to confront such acts that aim to destabilise the region.
The military official said the agenda includes discussion on how to handle accusations which the two sides have traded over their roles in the alleged support, including providing a safe haven for rebels fighting to destabilise or wanting to depose existing governing party in power on both sides of the borders.
Any move to destabilise the biggest financial institution in the country would be inappropriate,' chief executive, Giovanni Perissinotto, said in a letter to board members ahead of an extraordinary meeting.
Pakistani officials say the attacks, especially those on shrines, were aimed at "fomenting sedition among religious communities" to destabilise the country.
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BOLTON manager Gary Megson has rounded on some of his players, accusing them of trying to destabilise the club.