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  • Unless Libya moves swiftly to obey this morning's order of the ICC to halt the domestic prosecution of Mr. Al-Senussi, and hand him over to the ICC immediately, Libya will before long become a pariah state, subject to U.N. sanctions.

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  • He said police asked him to stay away from the rest of the Leveson Inquiry and he intended to obey that order.

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  • Markingson was acutely psychotic when he was placed under an involuntary commitment order that legally compelled him to obey the treatment recommendations of his psychiatrist, Dr. Stephen Olson.

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  • The charges, which the mayor denies, stem from the city government's failure in 2001 to obey a court order to halt construction of an access road to a private hospital.

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  • This week, the Army arrested one of its Muslim chaplains, Captain James Yee, charging him with five offenses: sedition, aiding the enemy, spying, espionage and failure to obey a general order.

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  • Al Halabi was charged with 11 counts of failing to obey a lawful general order or regulation, three counts of aiding the enemy, four counts of espionage, nine counts of making a false statement and five counts that include violations of the Federal Espionage Act.

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  • The European Commission has given Microsoft a formal warning for failing to obey an order to give customers a choice of internet browsers.

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  • The laws require robots to protect humans, obey orders and preserve themselves, in that order.

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