Cluster munitions kill indiscriminately; many civilians are victims of them. Each cluster bomb is made-up of between a dozen and a few hundred submunitions the size of a drink can. They cause widespread destruction, scattering over an area as big as several football pitches.

About Cluster Bombs

Each cluster bomb is made-up of between a dozen and a few hundred submunitions the size of a drink can.

Survivors' Stories

It is estimated that 100,000 people have been victims of cluster bombs since they were first used in 1965. 27% of the recorded victims are children.

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