Leftover cluster bombs a serious danger in the Republic of Georgia

Friday, November 07, 2008

Human Rights Watch Senior Military Analyst Marc Garlasco

Research by Human Rights Watch has revealed that Georgia used more cluster bombs in its conflict with Russia in August than experts had previously thought. The weapons, used by both sides, left behind unexploded bomblets which can still detonate, posing a serious danger to civilians.

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Marc Garlasco

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