The German Ministry of Foreign Affairs trusts that the charges against opposition leader Zaev have brought into question
the functioning of the democratic opposition.
The reading reinforces last week's comments from Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Alan Bollard, who said the stronger currency puts business profits "under pressure" and warned that "If the exchange rate were to continue its recent appreciation-the sustainability of the present recovery will be brought into question
The ink had barely dried on FIFA's damning judgement into Chelsea's recruitment of Gael Kakuta than United's pursuit of Paul Pogba was brought into question
THE future of two British shipyards has been brought into question
after a leaked memo reportedly showed plans which could see them close within a decade.
So the whole congestion charge argument has now been brought into question
The Reds defender's future was brought into question
earlier this week following quotes attributed to his former Zenit St Petersburg team-mate Kamil Contofalsky.
A hospital spokeswoman said: "His working practices are exemplary and never been brought into question
of California-Santa Barbara) discusses how the rapid changes brought into question
nearly every thought and action and every social and political structure.
Department of Agriculture inspection process itself has been brought into question
by events at the nearby Westland/Hallmark plant that led to the largest recall of beef in U.
No doubt, though, his style of play would be brought into question
, as moderate matches would ensue.
Once again his tactical awareness is brought into question
, although the turning point was the Baros penalty miss, because the way we were playing and against 10 men, we would surely have gone on to take the three points had he scored.
However, recent developments have brought into question
the accepted principles of hedge fund investing.