If I see and interpret well, this was a fuel-air bomb
A missile falls left of the street. At 0:05 some part of it jumps and falls on the street. A cloud forms and at 0:12 it ignites.
The newspaper tells "two missiles" but it's highly improbable that a first missile produces this cloud unintentionally and that a second missile strikes the cloud.
A fuel-air bomb carries only the fuel, not the oxidizer (nitro-, nitramines etc), and it mixes the fuel with ambient air before igniting it. This saves the oxidizer mass, so the same bomb mass produces 3-4× as much heat: observe the aerial wires moved much more by the second explosion. The explosion is also wider spread so it kills more troops. But it doesn't produce the huge detonation pressure of a solid explosive. It is inefficient against armor and little efficient against constructions. It's fundamentally an anti-personnel weapon
It isn't immediately clear what military objective justifies an anti-personnel weapon here.
Good to know: if you see a cloud form after a first explosion, you have several seconds to duck
. I thought it would go much faster.