Cluster bombs found in Lebanon from the summer 2006 war.
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An unexploded Israeli cluster bomb was discovered on Monday in south Lebanon, state media reported.According to the United Nations, Israel dropped approximately four million cluster bombs, mostly during the final 48 hours of the conflict, after a ceasefire deal was reached.Human Rights Watch called Israel's attacks in 2006 "the most extensive use of cluster munitions anywhere in the world since the 1991 Gulf War". Cluster bombs are designed with small munitions, ejected after they are exploded, to kill or severely harm people in its surrounding area.
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