Shiite fighters known as Houthis stand on the rubble of a house destroyed by a Saudi airstrike in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Human Rights Watch Thursday urged the Saudi-led coalition battling Iran-backed rebels in Yemen to stop using cluster munitions, saying it had uncovered new evidence of their devastating impact.HRW said its researchers had visited four of the alleged attack sites and found unexploded submunitions or remnants of cluster munition rockets.It said it had identified the weapons used in the seven attacks, which struck within 19 kilometers (12 miles) of the Saudi-Yemeni border, as U.S.-made M26 cluster munition rockets.
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