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KIM Jong-un has threatened to reduce the US "to ashes" as tensions with North Korea continue to increase.

The secretive state released a statement earlier this month warning Donald Trump of nuclear destruction if America fires "even a single bullet" towards Pyongyang.

KIM BOMB UN

Kim Jong-Un vows to reduce the US 'to ashes' with nuke strikes if Donald Trump fires 'even a single bullet' at North Korea

The rogue state threatened to use its 'invincible Hwasong rockets' to rain down nuclear destruction on its enemies

KIM Jong-un has threatened to reduce the US "to ashes" as tensions with North Korea continue to increase.

The secretive state released a statement earlier this month warning Donald Trump of nuclear destruction if America fires "even a single bullet" towards Pyongyang.

Kim Jong-un has threatened to reduce the US 'to ashes' with nuclear strikes

Reuters

Kim Jong-un has threatened to reduce the US 'to ashes' with nuclear strikes

The statement said: "The Korean People's Army will reduce the bases of aggression and provocation to ashes with its invincible Hwasong rockets tipped with nuclear warheads and reliably defend the security of the country and its people's happiness in case the US and the South Korean puppet forces fire even a single bullet at the territory of the DPRK."

The menacing talk came as South Korea warned that its northern neighbour's latest rocket-engine test showed "meaningful" progress.

The North's KCNA news agency said on Sunday the engine would help the country achieve world-class satellite-launch capability – indicating a new type of rocket engine for an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Lee Jin-woo, deputy spokesman for the South Korean defence ministry, said: "Through this test, it is found that engine function has made meaningful progress but further analysis is needed for exact thrust and possible uses."

State-run North Korean media reported that the country's despotic leader had hailed the test as "a new birth" of its rocket industry.

US President Donald Trump told reporters he held meetings on North Korea during the weekend at his Florida resort.

While he did not refer specifically to the rocket-engine test, he said Kim Jong-un was "acting very, very badly".

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