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From The Sun:
The provocative statement comes weeks after the country conducted underground nuclear tests which caused a massive earthquake.
America’s west coast cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco are feared to be in Kim’s sights.
A foreign ministry spokesman said: "Since the United States is about to ignite a nuclear war, we will be exercising our right to pre-emptive nuclear attack against the headquarters of the aggressor in order to protect our supreme interest."
The UN today has voted implement its toughest restrictions yet on North Korea in a bid to halt its nuclear ambitions.
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said: "The international community will not tolerate its pursuit of nuclear weapons."
The announcement comes on the day North Korea launched a chilling new propaganda film via its official Youtube channel.
The footage shows missiles, armed soldiers, tanks and military parades.
The UN sanctions imposed today include a list of luxury items the country's rulers will be banned from importing.
"These sanctions will bite and bite hard,” said US Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice.
She added: "North Korea will achieve nothing by continued threats and provocations. These will only further isolate the country and its people and undermine international efforts to promote peace and stability in northeast Asia."
The nuke warning from North Korea was put out by the country's official news agency and accused the US of leading the calls for the crippling sanctions.
However experts doubt the country's ability to produce a warhead capable of being fitted to a long-range missile.
On Tuesday North Korea threatend to scrap the armistice that ended the 1950-53 war with South Korea.
And it criticised military exercises between the US and South Korea. Pyongyang said it was shutting off a military hotline with the US and South Korea.
North Korea's KCNA agency quoting a military source said: "We will completely nullify the Korean armistice".
Last month the world was put on high alert when North Korea carried out its biggest nuclear blast yet.
The giant underground explosion caused an earthquake with a magnitude of 4.9.
The banned blast - which took place in the remote, snowy, north-east of the country - drew global outrage, even from Pyongyang's only major ally China.
The actual device was thought to be smaller than those in two earlier tests — raising fears that the crackpot Communist state is close to its aim of perfecting a missile capable of hitting its number one enemy the US.
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon condemned the explosion, as an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council began drawing up "fresh measures" to punish the rogue country.
In Britain, Foreign Secretary William Hague threatened boy dictator Kim Jong-Un with more "isolation".
In February North Korea poached Michael Jackson's peace anthem We Are the World to soundtrack a chilling video showing a US city under missile attack.
The bizarre footage was uploaded on the secretive state's official webpage.
The propaganda movie depicts a smiling lad dreaming of a regime rocket being launched into the air and travelling to America.
The three-and-a-half minute vid then showed a mystery city full of skyscrapers being attacked with multiple explosions, while the Stars and Stripes flag flutters in the background.