Anti-cluster bomb action should start in Syria

Canada now has obligations to help lessen the suffering of Syrians injured by cluster munitions.

UNDP Photo
File photo of an M77 cluster bomblet in Lebanon.
Erin Hunt
Published: Wednesday, 04/08/2015 12:00 am EDT

While the extension and expansion of Canada’s mission against ISIS was debated in Parliament, Canada finally ratified a treaty that could save lives in Syria for years to come. 

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