U.S. Ducks As Cluster Bomb Ban Takes Effect | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

U.S. Ducks As Cluster Bomb Ban Takes Effect

Every war must end, instructed the U.S. strategist Fred Ikle. But leftover unexploded ordnance can be a war’s legacy, particularly when small and unstable munitions lay around areas where civilians rebuild their lives after the fighting stops. That’s why a new international ban on cluster munitions will take effect on Saturday. The U.S., however, isn’t part of the accord.

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