the use of Canadian carriers to transport cluster munitions
that belong to non-party state forces;
The Division's investigation led to developing MEMS for possible use in underwater, sea surface, land and air-delivered munitions
Through an iterative process, potential negative impacts on the munitions
industrial base are identified beforehand.
can be fired by artillery, rocket launchers or aircraft.
are explosive weapons that eject smaller submunitions or bomblets when they near their targets.
It is said that it was William "Lord Haw-Haw" Joyce, the traitor who broadcast propaganda for the Nazis who dubbed the British female munitions
workers as "White Angels".
stop using cluster munitions
pending the agreement of an international treaty
Last night an RBS spokeswoman said it does not invest in cluster munitions
adding the claims Banks will be investigated.
Human Rights Watch has published a statement on its website claiming Libyan government forces have fired cluster munitions
into residential areas in the western city of Misrata, "posing a grave risk to civilians".
States insists on using cluster munitions
, it must create a stricter
The factories will produce munitions
and supplies at home and with high quality that match international marks and meet the requirements of the armed forces.
In several documented attacks, the Human Rights Watch and the United Nations have identified the use of American-supplied cluster munitions