North Korea threatens to 'erase USA from the history books'

 
North Korea threatens to 'erase USA from the history books'
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Kim Jong-un is threatening to wipe out the US with nuclear bombs.

North Korea claims that they will kill more Americans than the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 did, it emerges in an article published in the country's propaganda magazine DPRK Today.

The article claims that North Korea's missiles are aimed at the White House, Pentagon and other key targets in the United States.

According to the Daily Mail, the propaganda magazine says that September 11 will be nothing compared to the consequences of an attack from North Korea. The magazine claims that an attack will "erase USA from the history books."

This is just one of several serious threats from North Korea against the United States. Kim Jong-un has previously defended their threats by saying that it is the only way the country can protect its sovereignty.

In January, the authorities claimed that they had conducted a successful nuclear test of a hydrogen bomb.

Last month, a propaganda video on titled 'Last Chance', showing a submarine-launched nuclear missile laying waste to Washington DC, and concluding with the US flag in flames.

However, as usual US officials believe that the threats from the communist state is harmless. US claims that North Korea lacks the technology to attack them.

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