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become unstable

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While addressing parliament, Ethiopian prime minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, accused the Eritrean government of continuing to engage in destabilizing peace and security of Ethiopia and the region at large.
In relevant remarks yesterday, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham rejected the US Secretary of State John Kerry's accusations that Tehran is seeking to destabilize the region, stressing that foreign meddling is destabilizing the region.
It underscored denouncing terrorism bolsters national unity and eliminates terrorist attempt toward destabilizing Bahrain's security and compromising citizens' safety.
He said destabilizing Karachi with the target killings of Political leaders and on religious differences is in fact the conspiracy to destabilize Pakistan and its economy.
BEIRUT: Future MP Ammar Houri voiced his deep concern Monday over security in Lebanon following the uncovering of an alleged Syrian-backed terror plot aimed at destabilizing the country.
London, Mar 12( ANI ): Tottenham Hotspurs' manager Harry Redknapp is enraged over claims that speculation over England's manager job is destabilizing his team, resulting in three losses on the trot and has denied it.
Baghdad (NINA) --The leader within the Kurdistani Alliance MP Mahmoud Othman justified the return of assassination by using silenced guns and Adhesive Explosive Devices in different areas of Iraq by internal and foreign factors that aim at destabilizing situation in Iraq.
We continue to have deep concerns about Hizbullah's destructive and destabilizing influence in the region", Ms.
The decision to close Manas air base is destabilizing factor for the situation in Afghanistan, said Javier Solana, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, in his interview at Ekho Moskvy radio on February 11.
United director Charlton is furious with the Spanish giants' flagrant touting of the Old Trafford wonder winger and insisted he is not for sale at any price despite of talk in Spain of a record-breaking pounds 55million bid Charlton said: "He's our player, under contract, and it's really destabilizing to our club and to the player himself.
When Chief Investigator Favor Martin's resolves a twenty-year old murder in a small Minnesota community, he also finds that he must try to minimize the damage to innocent people and the threat of destabilizing their families with what he has discovered.
However, continuing the policies of his predecessors, Ahmadinejad's regime is sponsoring terrorism around the world and destabilizing the entire Middle East.
Q: How do you respond to Bush's charge that you are destabilizing the region and interfering in the elections of other Latin American countries?
What everyone has more or less picked up about deconstruction, even if they have never read a word of it, is its destabilizing effect on our favorite texts and institutions.
His survival is threatened by the dark reaches of a Cardinal determined to use the ruthlessess of the Inquisition to "save the souls of the heretics from Satan's fires" and quell destabilizing rumors about a holy family as revealed in ancient manuscripts.