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Tensions between Serbia and Austria eventually drew in the other European powers and escalated into a world war.
Tensions between the superpowers increased during this time, when Carter placed trade embargoes on the Soviet Union and stated that the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was " the most serious threat to the peace since the Second World War.
Tensions had risen between the two nations after the 1796 ratification of the Jay Treaty, made between the US and Great Britain was seen by French leaders as signs of an Anglo-American alliance, and France had stepped up seizures of American ships.
Tensions between Georgia and separatist authorities in Ajaria increased after the elections, climaxing on May 1, 2004 when Abashidze responded to military maneuvers held by Georgia near the region by having the three bridges connecting Ajaria and the rest of Georgia over the Choloki River blown up.
" Tensions seemingly calmed with President Sanha saying the coup attempt was " a confusion between soldiers that reached the government ;" and the UN Secretary General spoke about the PM's " detention and subsequent release.
Tensions between the British-backed Papandreou and EAM, especially over the issue of disarmament of the various armed groups, led to the resignation of the latter's ministers from the government.
Tensions between Louis and the English barons began to increase, prompting a wave of desertions, including William Marshal's son William and William Longespée, who both returned to John's faction.
Tensions exist between the two countries due to border disputes and the presence of over 270, 000 Burmese Muslim refugees ( known as Rohingya ) in Bangladesh, however.
Tensions between the Western Allies and the communist Eastern allies accelerated after the end of World War II, resulting in the Cold War between the Soviet-led communist East and the American-led capitalist West.
Tensions erupted between the PRC and the Soviet Union over a number of issues, including border disputes, resulting in the Sino-Soviet Split in the 1960s.
Tensions between royal authorities and settlers came to a head in 1720 over the status of the Jesuits, whose efforts to organize the Indians had denied the settlers easy access to Indian labor.
In the article “ Tensions in Proverbs: More Light on International Understanding ,” Joseph Raymond comments on what common Russian proverbs from the 18th and 19th centuries portray: Potent antiauthoritarian proverbs reflected tensions between the Russian people and the Czar.
Tensions rose between band members, and, at the end of the year, the Pixies went on sabbatical and focused on separate projects.
Tensions between Gregory and the imperial court began around 722, when emperor Leo III attempted to raise taxes on the papal patrimonies in Italy, draining the Papacy ’ s monetary reserves.
Tensions varied between the two Koreas thereafter, with cycle of small military skirmishes and apologies.
Tensions between Israel and Syria increased as the Intifada dragged on, primarily as a result of Syria's refusal to stop giving sanctuary to Palestinian militant groups conducting operations against Israel.
Tensions between New York City police and gay residents of Greenwich Village erupted into more protests the next evening, and again several nights later.
Tensions between priests and Amerindians led to the Arena Massacre of 1699, wherein the Amerindians murdered the priests.
Tensions and the geographic differences between the working and ruling classes led to Bacon's Rebellion in 1676, by which time current and former indentured servants made up as much as 80 % of the population.
Tensions between members during the recording of 666 eventually caused the split of the band in 1971, but the album was still released in 1972.
Tensions sometimes ran high between the settlers and the " Vandemonians " as they were termed, particularly during the Victorian gold rush when a flood of settlers from Van Diemen's Land rushed to the Victorian gold fields.
* August 28 – 30 – Philadelphia 1964 race riot: Tensions between African American residents and police lead to 341 injuries and 774 arrests.

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Tensions escalated further in 1609, with the War of the Jülich succession, which began when John William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, the ruler of the strategically important United Duchies of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, died childless.
Tensions rose, skirmishes began to break out and King John became increasingly keen for his Royalist guests to leave.
Tensions between the society and the Holy See reached their height in 1988, when Archbishop Lefebvre consecrated four bishops against the orders of Pope John Paul II, resulting in a declaration of excommunication against the bishops who consecrated or were consecrated, an excommunication remitted for those still alive in January 2009 with a hope expressed that all members of the society would quickly return to full communion.
Tensions were somewhat fraught at the event since the night before John Cale had caught Ayers sleeping with his wife prompting him to write the bile-soaked paean ' Guts ' that would appear on his 1975 album Slow Dazzle.
Tensions between Libya and the U. S. were high after the U. S. accused Libya of building a chemical weapons plant near Rabta, causing the U. S. to deploy the USS John F. Kennedy ( CV-67 ) near its coast.
Tensions mounted when Colorado territorial governor John Evans in 1862 created a home guard of regiments of Colorado Volunteers returning from the Civil War and took a hard line against Indians accused of theft.
* John Young, " The Tigray and Eritrean Peoples Liberation Fronts: A History of Tensions and Pragmatism ", Journal of Modern African Studies, 34 ( 1996 ), pp. 105-120
Tensions there rose between the settlers and the dominant Indian tribe in the area, the Pequots, ultimately leading to bloodshed after the Manissean Indians on Block Island killed John Oldham, a Massachusetts Bay trade representative in 1636.

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Tensions with the College of Cardinals came to the fore when in 1466, attempting to eliminate redundant offices, Paul II proceeded to annul the College of Abbreviators, whose function it was to formulate papal documents ; a storm of indignation arose, inasmuch as rhetoricians and poets with humanist training, of which Paul deeply disapproved, had long been accustomed to benefiting from employment in such positions.
Tensions had risen in November 1323 after the construction of a bastide, a type of fortified town, in Saint-Sardos, part of the Agenais, by a French vassal.
Tensions in the country had been raised further following Douglas's arrest and it was against this background that James called for parliament to sit at Perth on 15 October to seek funding for further conflict with the Lordship.
Tensions between Bahrain and Iran had already been raised in the summer of 2007, when Hossein Shariatmadari, an Advisor to Iran ’ s supreme leader Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and editor of the Iranian newspaper, Kayan, called for Bahrain to be incorporated into Iran as its 14th province – a stance that echoed Saddam Hussein ’ s designs on Kuwait in the late 1980s.
Tensions were particularly high in the early decades of the first century because Samaritans had desecrated the Jewish Temple at Passover with human bones.
Tensions were further raised when in May 1572 the news reached Paris that a French Huguenot army under Louis of Nassau had crossed from France to the Netherlandish province of Hainault and captured the Catholic strongholds of Mons and Valenciennes ( now in Belgium and France, respectively ).
Tensions had grown between the coalition partners and within both parties.
Tensions were high particularly in the Smoky Hill River country of Kansas, along which whites had opened a new trail to the gold fields.
Tensions had been rising in Tokyo and San Francisco, and after the decisive Japanese victory against Russia, Japan demanded treatment as an equal.
Tensions between Franks and Mongols had also increased when Julian of Sidon caused an incident which resulted in the death of one of Kitbuqa's grandsons.
Tensions with Egypt had escalated earlier in 1956 when pro-western President Camille Chamoun, a Christian, did not break diplomatic relations with the Western powers that attacked Egypt during the Suez Crisis, angering Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Tensions were high and they had posted guards at the door.
Tensions within the SFIO Socialist Party had emerged in 1914 with the start of the First World War, which saw the majority of the SFIO take what left-wing socialists called a " social-chauvinist " line in support of the French war effort.
Tensions along the Condor range had been running high following a crisis that arose in July 1991 over the location of a Peruvian outpost called " Pachacútec " ( Pachacútec Incident ) inside a zone that, while 60 km north of the undemarcated area, had its own problems regarding the location of a single border marker ( see map ).
Tensions grew to the point where the king in 1310 had to ban Warwick and others from arriving at parliament in arms.
Tensions between Nolan and Hašek had been high for most of the season, however, after being scored upon in game three of the first-round against the Ottawa Senators, Hašek left the game, forcing backup Steve Shields to step in.
Tensions within the group arose during the Down on the Upside sessions, with Thayil and Cornell reportedly clashing over Cornell's desire to shift away from the heavy guitar riffing that had become the band's trademark.
Tensions in the fleet had been gradually rising since the start of the war, and in February 1797, anonymous sailors from the Channel Fleet at Spithead sent letters to their former commander Lord Howe, soliciting his support in improving their conditions.
Tensions were already somewhat elevated, alcohol had been flowing freely on all sides, and a misunderstanding over a missing horse led to a mixed group of wolfers, whiskey traders, and Métis freighters opening fire on the Nakota camp, resulting in 23 confirmed Nakota deaths and the death of one wolfer, Ed LeGrace.

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