North Korea has posted another propaganda video on YouTube justifying its latest nuclear test and criticizing the U.S. The clip, which lasts for about a minute and a half, was posted on the video-sharing site on Sunday and is credited to North Korea's semi-official Uriminzokkiri website.
It starts with flames burning against a dark background followed by images of a South Korean newspaper reporting the nuclear test, American soldiers and U.S. President Barack Obama all consumed by fire.
A caption then criticizes the U.S. government and justifies the nuclear test by blaming Washington's "hostile" policy.
This is the second North Korean propaganda video on YouTube threatening fiery doom for America. An earlier one showing a U.S. city not unlike New York in flames caused a global media flurry, apparently encouraging the North to put up more.