World North Korea displays video of part of U.S. engulfed in flames

20:40  19 april  2017
20:40  19 april  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

With both the U.S. and North Korea saber rattling, is conflict imminent?

  With both the U.S. and North Korea saber rattling, is conflict imminent? It’s unlikely, analysts say. But the U.S. military is trying to send a message.The stakes remain too high for both countries, analysts say, today as they were yesterday, as they were last year. But the temperature in the region has become decidedly hotter in recent days. And there’s always the chance that one side or the other could miscalculate.

A new video apparently published Sunday shows American soldiers and U . S . President Barack Obama engulfed in flames , with the sequence " North Korea has succeeded in proceeding with this nuclear test despite the United States’ increasingly unfair bully activities against North Korea ," part of the

North Korea ’s state-run Uriminzokkiri propaganda website has released a video on its YouTube channel depicting a U . S . aircraft carrier and strategic bomber in the cross hairs of a weapon and engulfed in flames .

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North Korea seemingly sent a message to the United States by displaying parts of the country in flames during a military celebration.

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North Korea has posted a chilling video depicting a U . S . city engulfed in flames after an apparent missile attack, it emerged today. SPOILERS: Alexis Bledel dishes about Rory's love life bombshell on Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life The four- part revival arrived on Friday.

This screen shot from video posted to the YouTube channel of North Korea 's state-run Uriminzokkiri propaganda website shows a U . S . strategic bomber engulfed in flames .

North Korea has recognized the “Day of the Sun” over the weekend in honor of late founding father Kim Il Sung’s 105th birthday.

Part of the festivities was a lengthy military concert that featured a video of North Korean missiles striking what appears to be San Francisco.

Recordings of the concert, which emerged on Wednesday, show a brass band and choir in military uniforms as an audience filled with soldiers claps. North Korean dictator Kim Jong un is seen waving to the crowd during the festivities.

Following the missile’s impact in the video, flames are seen overlaid on an American flag and a field of white crucifixes — seemingly mimicking a military cemetery.

Video of the hour-plus concert comes days after the secluded country displayed its weapons arsenal at a parade honoring Kim Il Sung.

Tensions have been high between the U.S. and North Korea as it continues to test rockets that could carry nuclear weapons.

On Saturday, North Korea tried to test a missile, but botched the launch.

U.S. defense officials indicated earlier this week that the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier was headed toward the Korean peninsula — even though the claim was later refuted.

North Korea Detains Third American Citizen: Officials .
The Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further. The embassy looks after consular affairs for the United States in North Korea because there is no official diplomatic relationship between the two countries.South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported the man was detained on Friday, bringing the total number of Americans held by the isolated country to three.The man, a Korean-American identified only by his surname Kim, had been in North Korea for a month to discuss relief activities, Yonhap said on Sunday.

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