Israel And Palestine's 2-State Solution Explained
Unlike previous U.S. presidents, Donald Trump's feelings on the policy aren't entirely clear.LEARN MORE
Doctors often can't even get outdated medications, let alone modern treatments.
Gaza has a really bad cancer treatment problem.
Doctors there have a hard time accessing outdated medications, let alone more modern treatment options like chemotherapy.
And people who live in Gaza can't just leave to get treatment elsewhere — they need a permit from Israel. That can be tricky because of Israel's security concerns.
The number of permits given out has been declining. In 2012, just over 92 percent of people were given a permit. That fell to 44 percent by the end of 2016.
Without being able to go to a capable center or detect the disease early on, patient death rates are a lot higher.
So who's responsible for keeping Gaza and other Palestinian medical centers up to date? International law says Israel. But that's clearly hard to enforce.
"This is not going to be a pleasant meeting," said one expert on U.S.-Israeli relations. "It is going to be a sour meeting."
They were freed in a deal that saw President Biden agree to the release of $6 billion of frozen Iranian assets owed by South Korea.
All of the formerly imprisoned Americans who have been identified so far have been serving 10-year sentences.
The White House says the president hopes to encourage all Americans to follow his example and get vaccinated.
This week, the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers resumed talks, but no deal has been announced yet.
The southwest border saw 2.2 million migrant encounters this fiscal year, closing in on last year's 2.4 million.