Santander invests in cluster bombs.
Cluster bombs are brightly-coloured lethal bomblets which can be mistaken for toys by children. In Libya, Spanish versions have rained down on unarmed residents of Misrata.
The manufacture of cluster bombs is banned in many states yet still they are being financed by banks such as Santander.
It is estimated 1,000 people including more than 20 children have died in the Libyan city of Misrata. In the meantime more than 600 people have been killed and at least 2,500 others detained in Syria.
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