Putin lays waste to Ukraine with possible white phosphorus shell attack near Donetsk.

Shocking new footage shows Russia laying waste to Ukraine with a mystery weapon.

The incendiary ammunition attack was reported to be on Ukrainian positions at Nevelske near Donetsk.

A firework-like display lit up the night sky, raining down on the ground.

It is then seen lighting up, glowing like lava.

The suspicion will be that this new video - from Russian sources - shows Vladimir Putin’s forces again resorting to the use of white phosphorus.

His commanders have crossed the line on using both phosphorus and thermobaric weapons in his invasion of neighbouring Ukraine.

In an earlier incident this month, near Bakhmut, also in Donetsk region, Ukrainian soldiers identified the use of phosphorus with flames of 800 °C (1,472 °F) - with a tortuous effect on human flesh and the destruction of internal organs.

In the early November attack, a Ukrainian soldier is heard saying:

“So it might be phosphorus again.

“Let’s listen to the sound.

“Oh, here it comes, it started.

“It’s phosphorus again.

“I told you it would be phosphorus again.”

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