Another atrocity by Armenia: Banned Phosphorous Bombs
Some of the most shared photos and videos on social media during the war depicted how Armenian armed forces employed white phosphorus munitions against civilian population, disregarding the fact that they are prohibited by international conventions.
Fortunately, the phosphorus shells shot at Sahlabad village in Tartar did not explode. The bomb disposal team discovered two 122-mm cannon shells in the area, which contained 3.8 kg of white phosphorus each.
The munitions were defused on spot through detonation. Social media users shared the images and footage of the fact to protest yet another atrocity and act of fascism by the Armenians.