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Tung said that ordnance was white phosphorous bomb left over from WWII that was 90 centimeters in length and had a blast radius of 90 meters.
"The use of white phosphorous bombs by the US to kill civilians in Deir Ezzur province, and destroy Syrian towns and cities, including Raqqa, offer unequivocal evidence for the shameful behavior of these three countries," the official pointed out.
Using the white phosphorous by the US to kill civilians in Deir Ezzor province and destroy Syria's cities and villages, including Raqqa city, on the heads of civilians posed the biggest evidence on the shameful behavior of these countries, according to the source.
Use of white phosphorous to burn wooden houses is common.
This, of course, would not be the first time Israel has been accused of committing war crimes against the Palestinians; in past conflicts in Gaza, human rights groups have censured the Zionist state for its use of white phosphorous shells against civilians, observing that the use of such munitions falls within the definition of war crimes.
The demonstration was broken up brutally by riot police on 29 November that year when some 80 protestors were injured, including several Buddhist monks, many with horrific burns that experts have attributed to white phosphorous.
Again it burned like a white phosphorous grenade and would probably be banned by modern-day UN weapons inspectors.
However, North Korea has yet to deploy weapons of mass destruction on its neighbours, unlike a) southern Lebanon, and b) Gaza, with the residents of southern Lebanon still coping with hundreds of thousands of illegal cluster bombs being dropped by Israel in 2006, and residents of Gaza still holding knowledge that Israel dropped illegal white phosphorous onto the area.
White phosphorous burns at 1,300 C (2,370 F) and its flames
Set 3--Protects firefighters against dangers of white phosphorous and other spontaneously combustible materials stored in the facility.
Someone has set off a white phosphorous grenade in historic St.