91-year-old ex-president will discuss his work to eradicate Guinea worm disease, which he has helped lead successful campaign against since 1986.
Keytruda, a new 'immunotherapy' drug researched and tested at Ramat Gan medical center, has helped Carter overcome melanoma.
Jimmy Carter, 91, who started treatment in August for melanoma, said a recent MRI brain scan revealed no signs of cancer but that he would continue treatment.
Netanyahu decided 'early on to adopt a one-state solution, but without giving the Palestinians equal rights,' former U.S. president accuses in interview.
A recent surgery showed the cancer is widely spread, former president says in a statement.
Speaking at a press conference in Ramallah, Carter lamented that 'not one destroyed house has been rebuilt' in Gaza since the war last summer.
Calls off visit, scheduled for Thursday; Foreign Ministry says cancellation was not at Israel's request.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter revisits the Camp David talks that led to Egyptian-Israeli peace in 1979. He finds an American president who seemed to want a deal more than the warring parties.
'How can I make an agreement with people I don’t trust?' Sadat asked. But he did, as did Begin - despite what he called his 'pained heart.'
Recently revealed documents from the U.S. archive could be the trigger for Israel to change its policy on official recognition of a nuclear program.