This April 14, 2011 photo provided by Human Rights Watch shows what the group claims to be a remnant of a cluster bomb purportedly found in Misrata, Libya. According to Human Rights Watch, this ... more 
This April 14, 2011 photo provided by Human Rights Watch shows what the group claims to be a remnant of a cluster bomb purportedly found in Misrata, Libya. According to Human Rights Watch, this canister was found by a New York Times reporter and shown to officials at Human Rights Watch in Misrata. Rebels in Misrata and the New York-based group Human Rights Watch have alleged that Gadhafi's forces have been using cluster bombs, which pose particular risk to civilians because they scatter small bomblets over a wide area. Most of the world's nations have banned the use of the munitions. Human Rights Watch said its researchers inspected remnants of the weapons found in a Misrata neighborhood and interviewed witnesses. Late Friday, Libyan government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim denied the use of cluster bombs. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said she was unaware of the reports about the use of cluster bombs. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Human Rights Watch
Sat, Apr 16, 2011 3:22 PM EDT