Report Questions Use of Cluster Bombs in Iraq A Human Rights Watch report says the U.S. military's use of cluster munitions has led to the "avoidable" death or injury of more than 1,000 Iraqi civilians. Pentagon officials say they took all possible precautions to avoid non-combatant casualties during major operations in Iraq. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.
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Report Questions Use of Cluster Bombs in Iraq

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Report Questions Use of Cluster Bombs in Iraq

Report Questions Use of Cluster Bombs in Iraq

Report Questions Use of Cluster Bombs in Iraq

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A Human Rights Watch report says the U.S. military's use of cluster munitions has led to the "avoidable" death or injury of more than 1,000 Iraqi civilians. Pentagon officials say they took all possible precautions to avoid non-combatant casualties during major operations in Iraq. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

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