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But Ban Ki-moon, the UN chief, had on Tuesday urged the Sudanese leader to co-operate with the ICC if a warrant is issued.
Having earlier intimated he would "endeavour to co-operate and assist the Jockey Club and authorities if required to do so", his failure to be interviewed is a setback for Paul Scotney, the Jockey Club's director of security, who is now faced with reappraising how the inquiry proceeds from here.
In the meantime, let us hope that Bush and Blair's strategy of threatening Saddam with military action succeeds in forcing him to co-operate and disarm and hence avoid war.
However, Railtrack will co-operate with local authorities to devise schemes to reduce such nuisance.
Norway's Kongsberg Defence Communications and Sweden's Sectra Communications are to co-operate on global sales and marketing of Tiger, a GSM phone that is protected against eavesdropping.
THE MoD is failing to co-operate with an inquest of three IRA men killed in an SAS ambush, a coroner's court heard yesterday.
WE WELCOME the comments made by David Cameron after he was asked about those police officers who are refusing to co-operate with the ongoing investigation into the Hillsborough disaster - but he needs to go further.
Employees of some private security firms do not co-operate fully with the security officials of the ministry in many locations, he said.
Make sure you co-operate with the author of the reports.
If non-Muslims don't want to co-operate with Muslim laws, why do they choose an Islamic country to earn their bread?
London, Aug 14 (ANI): A new study has suggested that people blessed with more symmetrical facial features, which are considered more attractive, are less likely to co-operate and more likely to selfishly focus on their own interests.
NO more charges will be brought over the News of the World phone-hacking scandal because witnesses refused to co-operate, it emerged yesterday.