New pictures show Russia using a controversial incendiary weapon that can kill through poisoning and burning to bomb Raqqa, Syria, a so-called stronghold of Isis.
Russian forces are using deadly white phosphorus to bomb the terror group’s de-facto capital, according to reports.
The pictures were posted to Twitter by user Moonnor27, whose bio says she is a Muslim Iraqi who ‘helps innocent civilians’. The pictures are yet to be verified.
She posted the pictures along with the caption: ‘To protect the devil (Syrian President) Assad, #Russianairstrikes using phosphorous bombs on #Raqqa #warcrimes’.