No it doesn't. There is the Wellington Document which is a voluntary treaty which countries who have cluster bombs agree to destroy them but their use is not banned and have been used by plenty of countries in plenty of wars. Out of the 76 countries who posses cluster bombs only around 30 have signed up to the Wellington Document so the rest of the countries retain these weapons and their right to use them in wars Israel is just one of many who have the weapons & have used them in a war. Assad has the things his targets are civilians not soldiers.
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from the article: WATCH: Syria's Assad accused of using cluster bombs against civilians