Protocol IV (adopted in 1995) restricts blinding laser weapons
As of 2001, 89 nations were party to the convention. Some of those countries (including the United States) have only adopted two of the four protocols, the minimum required to be considered a signatory. U.S. Army soldier removes fuse from a Russian-made mine to clear a minefield outside of Fallujah, Iraq. ... An incendiary device is a device or weapon designed to create a fire. ... Jump to: navigation, search The range of sizes in which lasers exist is immense, extending from microscopic diode lasers (top) to football field sized neodymium glass lasers (bottom) used for inertial confinement fusion. ...
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