EUROPEAN financial markets, including the FTSE 100, have fallen sharply as Greece teeters on the brink of
financial collapse and a messy exit from the euro.
6m in used bank notes, including Ronald Biggs (above) 1993: The United Nations has voted to make the Bosnian town of Srebrenica a safe haven, as the town teeters on the brink of
falling to Bosnian Serb forces.
A HOME teeters on the brink of
collapse after a 25ft-wide sinkhole opened beneath it.
It coincides with the fifth annual Apprenticeship Week, starting tomorrow, and is a desperate bid to help kick-start Britain's economy as it teeters on the brink of
Adam teeters on the brink of
meltdown as he is goaded by a prisoner who murdered his family and refuses treatment until the doctor opens up about his loss of Harry.
Indeed, there's no doubt in anyone's mind that the Bank of England is in a very tough spot at this juncture, as the UK economy teeters on the brink of
recession while inflation pressures remain strong.
Singer Katie Melua (above) spoke yesterday of her fears for the safety of her mother and brother, who are in her home country of Georgia as it teeters on the brink of
At odds between a possible nuclear war with China and a lethal Middle East showdown, Cry Havoc deftly crafts a scenario in which the all of humanity teeters on the brink of
World War III.
It has lost its moral foundation and teeters on the brink of
moral and social collapse.
England winger Josh Lewsey has braced himself for a South African backlash at Twickenham tomorrow as the Springboks' end of season tour teeters on the brink of
war aim, especially when our own economy teeters on the brink of
Even when he teeters on the brink of
cliche he manages to resurrect the obvious, in Ridley-esque fashion.
The album's intimate moments are its most affecting: For the desolate Dear John number "Six-Page Letter," Beghtol's tender voice teeters on the brink of
exhaustion, while on "The Last Request of Mr.
Los Angeles teeters on the brink of
disintegration because of the failure of leadership at City Hall.
The United States teeters on the brink of
becoming "an enormous silent gulag patrolled not by government agents but by private persons.