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Russia admits use of vaporized bombs.

The Times reported on April 10 that Russia has admitted to using deadly fuel-vaporized bombs in Ukraine. Fuel-vaporized bombs are weapons that can kill or injure people even those hiding in shelters, and their use against civilians would be a violation of international humanitarian law.

fuel vaporization bomb

Functions, properties and their treatment

Although there is little damage from debris, sudden changes in atmospheric pressure can cause internal ruptures.
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Human Rights Watch report of February 1, 2000.[3]The "Mere Old Man" quotes a study by the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency on the effects of fuel vaporization bombs, which states in summary: "The [blast] killing mechanism on a live target is unique and unpleasant. The killing mechanism [of the blast] on a live target is unique and unpleasant. The shock wave is lethal, but even more lethal is the rarefaction (vacuum) that follows the pressure wave, rupturing the lungs ... If the fuel ignites without exploding, the victim will be severely burned and will inhale the burning fuel. Because the most common FAE fuels, ethylene oxide and propylene oxide, are highly toxic, FAEs that do not detonate should be as lethal to personnel trapped in the cloud as most chemical agents."