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South Sudan: Investigate New Cluster Bomb Use

Email The governments of South Sudan and Uganda should investigate new evidence that banned cluster bombs have been used in the South Sudan conflict, Human Rights Watch said today. United Nations (UN) experts found remnants of the weapons, including intact unexploded submunitions or “bomblets,” in the week of February 7, 2014, near the town of Bor in an area not known to be contaminated by remnants prior to mid-December 2013. (Washington, DC) – The governments of South Sudan and Uganda should investigate new evidence that banned cluster bombs have been used in the South Sudan conflict,…

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