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North Korea warns U.S. of nuke attack in video titled ‘Last Chance’

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North KoreaNorth Korea has once again warned the United States with nuclear attack.

The East Asian country published a four-minute video titled ‘Last Chance’ on its propaganda website DPRK on Saturday which shows a fictional missile attack on the U.S.

The imaginary attack of submarine-launched ballistic missile hits a target in Washington.

The missile shoots through the clouds and buzzing back to the earth only to hit the road in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.

The U.S. Capitol then explodes and a message flashes up saying: “If US imperialists budge an inch toward us, we will immediately hit them with nuclear [weapons].”

The video also carries images from the Korean War, the capture of US spy ship Pueblo in 1968 and the first crisis over North Korea’s nuclear program in the early 1990s.

AFP reports that Pyongyang has upped the rhetorical ante in recent weeks, with near daily threats of nuclear and conventional strikes against the South and the US mainland in response to large-scale South-US war games.

According to the report, the threats have turned increasingly personal, and North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un on Friday watched a live-fire long-range artillery drill simulating a strike on the official residence of his South Korean counterpart.

North Korea has been increasingly threatening the U.S. and South Korea because of Washington’s involvement in the Korean Peninsula and backing Seoul.

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