Two US F-15 Jets Strike Deir ez-Zor With Banned Phosphorus Bombs – Russian MoD | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Two US F-15 Jets Strike Deir ez-Zor With Banned Phosphorus Bombs – Russian MoD

The airstrikes carried out by the US F-15s have caused major fires in Deir ez-Zor province, the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation said in a statement, noting that information about "people killed and injured due to the strikes is being clarified."

Two US F-15 jets on September 8 carried out strikes using banned phosphorus bombs in Deir ez-Zor province, the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation said in a statement.

"In Deir ez-Zor province on September 8, 2018, two F-15 aircraft of the US Air Force carried out strikes on the settlement of Hadjin with the use of phosphorus incendiary munitions. As a result of the strikes, major fires were observed. Information on victims and injured is being clarified," Major-General Vladimir Savchenko stated, stressing that the use of weapons with white phosphorus is prohibited by an additional protocol to the 1949 Geneva Convention.

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And from TASS, we have the US government's non-denial/denial about the deployment of these bombs in Syria:

Pentagon has no data about reported use of phosphorous bombs in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor

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