The government has declared it a terrorist organization and accused it of setting the fires and attacking civilians. Ethnic cleansing is not recognized as a separate crime under international law but allegations of ethnic cleansing as part of wider, systematic human rights violations have been heard in international courts. Rights group Amnesty International said evidence pointed to a “mass-scale scorched-earth campaign” across the north of Rakhine that was unmistakably ethnic cleansing. “The evidence is irrefutable – the Myanmar security forces are setting northern Rakhine state ablaze in a targeted campaign to push the Rohingya people out of Myanmar,” said Tirana Hassan, the group’s crisis response director. The group said it had detected 80 big fires in Rohingya areas since Aug. 25. While the extent of damage could not be verified, due to access restrictions by the government, “they are likely to have burned down whole villages”. It said it also had credible reports of Rohingya militants burning the homes of ethnic Rakhine and other minorities. About 30,000 non-Muslims have also been displaced. U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Thursday he had spoken with Suu ผ้าปูที่นอนราคาถูก Kyi and that she said she was working to get aid to areas in Myanmar affected by violence.
While many groups advocated for a complete ban of the product, the CPSC stated at that time that it did not have enough information to ascertain bumper thickness or softness in crib bumper incident reports.5 Since 2012, news reporters have taken an active role in highlighting the potential dangers posed by crib bumpers, including the risks of suffocation and strangulation cited as possible causes of death in multiple consumer reports. In response, local and state jurisdictions took action to confront these risks. Chicago banned the sale of crib bumpers in 2012.6 Maryland banned sales of these products within its borders on June 21, 2013.7 Watchung, New Jersey passed an ordinance on October 20, 2016, banning the sale of crib bumper pads within the borough.8 Ohio's Senate Bill 332 , establishing a ban on non-mesh crib bumper pads, became law on April 6, 2017. In February 2016, the CPSC published a notice seeking information regarding the safety benefits of crib bumpers. See, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Request for Information Regarding Crib Bumpers , 81 Fed. Reg. 30 (issued Feb. 16, 2016). The request specifically sought information regarding 1) whether safety hazards are associated with crib bumpers; 2) the existing safety standards that apply to crib bumpers; and 3) potential performance, testing, and other standard requirements that may reduce the risk of injury. On September 9, 2016, the CPSC Staff prepared a Briefing Package for the CPSC, in response to Request for Information.9 The CPSC Staff found that crib bumpers likely do not present an unreasonable risk of injury or constitute a hazardous substance. The CPSC Staff concluded that out of 107 fatalities, only 9 of those deaths likely would have been prevented if the crib bumper was not present.
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