Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The North Korean Crisis -- News Updates April 19, 2017

FOX News: North Korea propaganda video shows missile attack destroying US city

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un celebrated his grandfather’s birthday on Sunday with a rousing concert that also featured a video simulation of a nuclear missile attack destroying what appears to be an unidentified American city.

According to reports, a full orchestra played alongside the video, which depicted missiles soaring over the Pacific and engulfing a city on the U.S. west coast. The videos ends with an American flag and a cemetery superimposed with flames.

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The North Korean Crisis -- News Updates April 19, 2017

A new North Korean video shows missiles destroying a U.S. city in a giant fireball -- Washington Post
North Korea video portrays U.S. destroyed in missile barrage -- CBS
North Korean audience claps and cheers at screening of film showing its missiles blowing up US city -- The Independent
Pence's new warning to North Korea: 'The sword stands ready’ -- USA Today
China struggles to deal with ‘hopeless’ North Korea -- Financial Times
China's man on North Korea crisis cools heels in Beijing -- Reuters
Trump: Nuclear war ‘always’ a concern with North Korea -- The Hill
Trump Mulls U.S. Military Options for North Korea, All Grim -- Bloomberg
Trump's North Korea policy might just be working -- John Everard, CNN
North Korea's Failed Missile Launch Eases Experts' Worst-Case Scenario Fears -- Lily Hay-Newman, WIRED
How might Donald Trump do a deal with North Korea? -- Stephen Evans, BBC News
Could North Korea Hit the U.S. with a Nuclear Missile? -- Kris Osborn, National Interest

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