The US "“remains focused on fulfilling the commitments agreed to by President Trump and Chairman Kim at the Singapore Summit in June.”
Israel reportedly turned down the proposal and instead made a counter offer of food aid.
Adelson, a veteran of the Korean war, said he hoped President Trump would get “North and South Korea to finish the war,” so Adelson, could “open up business.”
There have been reports in the past week that North Korea has been continuing to expand its ballistic missile technology program.
"I hope the citizens of South Korea will gain the quiet they have been seeking for years.”
The video presents a dramatized, graphic view of the future as it might be -- at its best, and at its worst -- depending upon the direction taken by the two leaders.
Kim told Trump that “many people in the world will think of this as a form of fantasy from a science fiction movie.”
"Wrong behaviors and practices sometimes hid our eyes and ears, but we've overcome those and eventually we came here after overcoming all the obstacles."
"The world, and North Korea in particular, has lost a great opportunity for latest peace and great prosperity and wealth."
The hostages arrived late at night, accompanied by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Mossad is on a mission to thwart a Hamas project that sends scientists and engineers abroad to purchase intelligence and weapons.
The Washington Free Beacon reported the US is monitoring reports that North Korea is helping President Bashar al-Assad rebuild Syria's chemical and other weapons at an underground military base.
“We define this ‘sanctions resolution’ ... as a grave infringement upon the sovereignty of our republic, as an act of war."
The proposed resolution contains sanctions that would ban sale or delivery of close to 90 percent of refined oil products to North Korea.
"This was a careless and reckless attack. It affected individuals, industry, governments, and the consequences were beyond economic. . . [it] put lives at risk, not just money."
An intelligence source revealed Pyongyang is conducting “heat and pressure resistance tests to see whether anthrax germs can survive at temperatures of 7,000 degrees or higher.”
Analysts say they expect another missile test from North Korea shortly, this one to be the Pukguksong-3, a submarine-launched ballistic missile nearing completion.
The launch indicates that North Korea wants to threaten "anywhere in the world, basically . . .[and] certainly the U.S."
"I hope that a common sense, pragmatism and an instinct for self-preservation would prevail among our partners to exclude such a negative scenario."
Israel's biggest fear, is the possibility that North Korea might develop nuclear weapons on behalf of Iran.
"North Korea is a nuclear state now. As far as Iran is concerned it isn’t too late."
There are deep concerns over possible leaks of radioactivity that could lead to damage similar to Fukushima or Chernobyl.
The nuclear-powered USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier is patrolling the waters around the Korean Peninsula.
The Korean market is important for Elbit Systems, which has established a local company, Sharp Elbit Systems Aerospace Inc. (SESA), a joint company with Sharp Aviation K.
The UN labeled the incident the “largest seizure of ammunition in the history of sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”