N.K. unveils footage of simulated missile attack on U.S.

SEOUL, April 19 (Yonhap) — North Korea has unveiled footage of a simulated missile attack on the United States at the latest performance to mark the birthday of late state founder Kim Il-sung, Pyongyang’s media reported Wednesday.Footage of what appeared to be a new intermediate-range ballistic missile being fired and the missile crossing the Pacific and hitting an unidentified city of the U.S. was shown on a giant screen at the performance hall, according to the state-run TV station.After the simulated attack, footage of burning the Stars and Stripes was shown, overlapped with an image of a cemetery, it reported.It was unveiled during the performance Sunday by the State Merited Chorus for participants of a military parade marking the 105th birthday of Kim Il-sung, the grandfather of current leader Kim Jong-un.

Source: (LEAD) N.K. unveils footage of simulated missile attack on U.S.

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