US Air force uses internationally-banned weapons in eastern Syria

The US Air force warplanes have reportedly used the international-banned weapons of the phosphor in backing up the Syrian Democratic forces (SDF) military operation in eastern Syria.
Amateur video footage released on social media features moment a US warplane bombarding the besieged town of Al-Baghouz in eastern Euphrates with Phosphor bombs.
“Local sources in Deir Ezzor said that warplanes of the US-led coalition shelled gatherings of civilians with white phosphorous in the surroundings of al-Baghouz village near the Syrian-Iraqi borders, claiming the lives of a number of citizens, most of them were women and children.” The Damascus-based agency of SANA said.
At the meantime, The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are approaching to announce the entire eastern Euphrates region safe, as hundreds of the Islamic state (ISIS) fighters are surrendered.
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