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106 STAT. 5210 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 8, 1992 SEC. 3. CONDITIONS. The program shall be carried out in accordance with such conditions as the Architect of the Capitol and the Capitol Police Board may prescribe. Such conditions, to be included in the agreement under section 2, shall include the following: (1) CAPITOL GROUNDS. —Only that portion of the Capitol grounds comprising the upper Senate park may be used for the program. (2) ADMISSION.—The program shall be open for admission to the general public without charge. (3) EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES. — The non-Federal sponsor shall assume full responsibility for all expenses incident to activities associated with the program and shall indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the United States against any loss, damage, claim, or other liability incident to such activities. (4) LIMITATION ON REPRESENTATIONS.— The non-Federal sponsor shall ensure that no person who supports presentation of the program by contributing amounts or products to the non-Federal sponsor will represent, either directly or indirectly, that such support in any way constitutes approval or endorsement by the Federal Government of such person or any product or service offered by such person. Agreed to October 8, 1992. Oct. 8, 1992 SOMALIA—HUMANITARIAN AND PEACEKEEPING [H. Con. Res. 370] MISSION Whereas violence, anarchy, and starvation continue to escalate in Somalia; Whereas there have been more than 100,000 deaths by starvation and approximately 2,000,000 people face death from starvation and disease as a result of drought, famine, and civil war; Whereas one-fourth of all Somali children under the age of five have perished and three out of four of the remaining young children are still in danger of dying; Whereas a 95 percent malnutrition rate and a 75 percent severe malnutrition rate currently exist in Somalia; Whereas hundreds of thousands of Somalis are refugees or internally displaced; Whereas a state of almost total anarchy has existed for 19 months, following the overthrow of the Siad Barre dictatorship and the subsequent civil war between various Somali clans, during which period the government has ceased to exist—^no police, no army, no health ministry, no schools, and no civil administration of any kind; Whereas Somali warring factions have disrupted international relief efforts, attacked convoys, stolen food and medical supplies, and injured and killed relief workers; Whereas the safety of relief workers and people seeking care must be assured during periods needed to provide medical and feeding services; Whereas Somali leaders have been imable or unwilling to exert control over those responsible for the clan, subclan, and random violence which jeopardizes relief operations;