Two equally positively charged points are moving on a plane at a constant speed. One of them (q1) is heading towards south, the other one (q2) towards west, and they're approaching to each other. Then, magnetic fields are induced from these moving charges. And Lorentz forces on q1 and q2 according to the other ones act towards east and north respectively. And Coulomb forces on those charges act in the direction of away from each other. Then, the net forces on each charges act in the direction of somewhere between north and east. Here is the question. It seems that action-reaction law is violated in this case. They're not equal forces in oppsite directions. Rather, their forces are heading weird directions. Is action-reaction law really violated in this case? Is there some other example that action-reaction law vilated?