Russia's 'father of all bombs' could be most powerful non-nuclear weapon in world

While the US used the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in its arsenal to attack Isis in Afghanistan last week, Russia claims it possesses a bomb four times as destructive.

The ‘father of all bombs,’ (FOAB) as it is known, was created in 2007. Although it has never been used, the few details released by Russian authorities since suggests the thermobaric weapon is much more powerful than the US’ ‘mother of all bombs’ (Moab), which killed up to 96 Isis militants in Nangarhar province in an 17 April strike. 

Russian media says that when detonated the Foab has an explosion

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