cluster bomblet


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Noun1.cluster bomblet - one of the smaller bombs that are released from a cluster bomb
bomb - an explosive device fused to explode under specific conditions
bombie - an unexploded bomblet; "unexploded bomblets known in Laos as `bombies' caused farmers to fear cultivating their fields"
cluster bomb - bomb consisting of a canister that is dropped from a plane and that opens to release a cluster of bomblets (usually fragmentation bombs) over a wide area; "cluster bombs cannot be targeted precisely"
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That's small comfort to small children or farmers who have lost their legs after an encounter with a cluster bomblet.
18, 2007) (describing Israel Military Industries's (IMI) cluster bomblet with self-destruct fuse).
forces, and of a cluster bomblet, Reuters reported.
Gomi was on his way back to Japan after covering the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq when a cluster bomblet, which he had taken as a souvenir from Iraq believing it was spent, went off during a luggage security check May 1 at Queen Alia International Airport, killing the guard and injuring five others.
Jesus Suarez stepped on an unexploded American cluster bomblet and died on March 27, 2003 - speaking out, telling anyone who might listen that the war is wrong, and that U.S.
Akira Saito, president of Japan's Mainichi Shimbun newspaper, apologized to King Abdullah II of Jordan on Thursday over last week's explosion at Amman airport that killed one Jordanian security guard and wounded three other people when a cluster bomblet in a Mainichi photographer's luggage exploded.
The president of Mainichi Shimbun, a major Japanese newspaper, apologized in person to Jordanian King Abdullah II on Thursday over last week's fatal explosion at Amman airport of a cluster bomblet in a Mainichi photographer's luggage.
The bereaved family of an Amman airport security guard killed in last week's explosion of a cluster bomblet in the luggage of a photojournalist for Japan's Mainichi Shimbun newspaper said Wednesday they would like to give their consent for him to be released on bail.
A Japanese journalist is likely to face homicide and other charges over the death of a security guard at Amman airport in the explosion last week of a cluster bomblet the reporter had brought from Iraq as a souvenir, a prosecutor said Monday.
AIP also reported that an unexploded cluster bomblet killed three children and injured seven others in Gorko in Nagarhar Province, about 8 km from the Pakistani border Monday morning.
*** The Targets In One Video Are Positions Manned By Jaysh Al-Fath, An Anti- Assad Coalition Of Rebel Groups, In The Village Of Khalsah In The South Of The Aleppo Province Near The Border With Turkey - Two Of The Three Separate Clips Show Small Blasts Beside A Building And On A Car; The Third Clip Is More Revealing As Two Chinese-Made Cluster Bomblets Are Seen Falling Towards A building; A Man Is Visible Running From The Building Moments Before The Two Cluster Munitions Explode