Russian thermobaric bombs decimate homes in Donetsk, Ukraine

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Russian thermobaric bombs decimate homes in Donetsk, Ukraine” – below is their description.

Russian thermobaric bombs decimate homes in Donetsk, Ukraine: The Russian military is indiscriminately demolishing blocks of residential housing in Donetsk with terrifying barrages of thermobaric bombs, new video footage has revealed..The town of Pisky located on the outskirts of Donetsk was obliterated yesterday by Putin’s savage thermobaric weapons or ‘vacuum bombs’, which triggered massive fireballs that completely engulfed rows of apartment blocks. Thermobaric weapons spray a mist of highly flammable aerosol moments prior to their detonation. When the blast erupts, the vapour cloud is ignited and sucks in the air surrounding it, creating higher temperatures and more damaging explosions which endure far longer than conventional blasts.

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