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North Korean Propaganda Video Shows Attack on US Ships, Capitol

The Washington Post

By    |   Thursday, 27 April 2017 10:51 AM EDT

A North Korean propaganda video shows a simulated attack on American aircraft carriers and the U.S. Capitol Building.

The video, according to The Washington Post, was posted on North Korean website Meari. It has images from the country's recent military parade, while photos of the White House and several U.S. warships are in crosshairs superimposed on the screen.

There is footage of troops storming a beach, artillery rounds being fired, and what appear to be intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) launching. Later in the short video, an aircraft carrier is engulfed in a ball of fire and ICBMs travel from the skies above North Korea to the U.S. Capitol.

Tensions are tight between North Korea and the United States as President Donald Trump tries to take a hard stance against the reclusive nation. North Korea staged a massive live-fire drill this week, with more than 300 pieces of artillery firing rounds at mock enemy warships.

A Trump administration official said U.S. military preparations to deal with North Korea, which has threatened to attack America and its allies, are underway.

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