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Observers assess that the failure to reach an agreement on key issues from the Agreement from Przino, deepened the political crisis and the irresponsible behavior of politicians put at stake the future of Macedonia's Euro-Atlantic perspectives.
Businessmen fear that as a result banks would approve fewer loans whereby corporate liquidity would be put at stake.
In his view, the pressure on Greece in recent days is unprecedented and the only reason why the EU put pressure was because a lot of money and the common currency are put at stake.
Earlier, the Islamabad High Court had allowed the college to complete the session of the admitted students so that their future could not be put at stake if the college was closed.
The intelligentsia believed current Afghan leadership had put at stake the hard-earned reputation of the nation.
Dobbins further told that delaying the pact could put at stake the assistance to Afghan forces from nearly 40 coalition partners led by the US and economic pledges held out to Afghanistan by the international community.
The lives of traders community and those residing in these plazas have been put at stake due to non installation of fire extinguishing equipment and emergency passages.
Earlier, Gilani said that Pakistan's relationship with 48 countries serving in the NATO cannot be put at stake just because of the US.
When K's life and the fate of the planet are put at stake, J will have to travel back in time to put things right.
POBOL Y CWM (S4C): SIONED begins to accept her responsibility in the wake of the accident but as a gang of them celebrate Scott's birthday, she realises how much she has put at stake.
Sioned, below, begins to accept her responsibility in the wake of the accident but as a gang of them celebrate Scott's birthday, she realises how much she has put at stake.
Over half of the interviewees hold that the country's survival will not be put at stake if the problem with Greece is not solved.