The U.N. has condemned the dark bars as “a threat to public health and social security”, but it said the ban should be extended to cover the brighter bars and to protect people from the effects of radiation.
panel also said it was “deeply concerned” about the risk of radon exposure from the bars, as well as the lack of oversight of their use.
The U.K. also has banned the bars since they were introduced in 2005.
The bars are used to mark the beginning of classes at public schools.
The new bars, which are designed to mimic the bright and dark bars of the Ubers, have sparked international criticism and outrage in some countries, including Canada.
In February, the U,K.
government banned the Uberts, saying they were dangerous for the public and for public health.
The government said it had “unanimously decided that the use of these lights in public spaces should be banned”.
The bars, manufactured by the company Nestlé, were first launched in 2006 in Canada.
They were replaced by the brighter bright bars in 2009.
But a report published last month by the U.,N.
Panel of Experts said the bright lights, which were widely available in Canada at the time, could cause more harm than good.
It said that while the bars may not be particularly harmful, they could have “potentially serious health and environmental consequences, including potential exposure to radon and the effects on the immune system of the radon emitted”.
The U,Ns report also said that the Ubras “did not address” the concerns raised by the British government.
The panel said that Canada should have done more to stop the production of these devices.
The ban was announced on Monday by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), which oversees the UNDP.
The UNDP said it will continue to work with Canadian and other countries to make sure these devices are removed from public spaces and that they are used only in areas where there is an approved health assessment.