The Cypriot segment of the projected Israel-Turkish pipeline has run foul
An orphan child raised by a preacher and destined to run foul
of the law it's bloody murder that keeps Johnny running, with trouble on his tail.
Positive discrimination toward local SMEs will run foul
of WTO rules.
When they run foul
of a very ambitious FBI agent (Bradley Cooper), things become ultracomplicated.
CAIRO - Controversial Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef's television channel suspended his programme on Friday, a week after he returned from a four-month break and fired barbs at the country's military.Youssef, known as "Egypt's Jon Stewart" after modelling his Al-Bernameg (The Programme) on the US comedian's popular satirical news programme, had already run foul
of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, who was ousted by the military in July.On Friday, the CBC channel that airs Youssef's show pulled the plug."The channel has decided to suspend Al-Bernameg.
Arpaio, who has run foul
with the Justice Department for his treatment of Hispanics, is facing a wave of activism that's pushed Democratic candidate Paul Penzone directly in the way of Arpaio's re-election.
(Sat, Electric) Inbred (18) Preview of Brit horror as young offenders and their care workers run foul
of local inbred youths during a community service weekend in a remote Yorkshire village.
to run a supply-driven policy will run foul
of the markets very quickly and see its interest rates rise," he added.
"Almost all the individuals belong to the political opposition in their country and have run foul
of their political opponents or the authorities of their country.
However, when countries develop their own trade and tariff policies, they can run foul
of international trade agreements.