The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, July 15
From protests in southern Israel against the Bedouin relocation plan, to endangered species in Jerusalem, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
The foreign ministers of the European Union are most likely to add Hezbollah’s military wing to the body's list of designated terror organizations when they meet on July 22, according to high-ranking Foreign Ministry officials in Jerusalem.
Fourteen protesters were arrested Monday morning and two police officers lightly injured at a protest in Be'er Sheva organized by the High Steering Committee of the Arabs of the Negev. The protest was called over thepassing of the Prawer Plan for regulating Bedouin settlement in the Negev in the Knesset's first reading last month. According to police, the protesters were arrested after blocking a main road in the city and causing traffic.
Some 6,784 Israelis deal with arms exports, the state revealed last Wednesday in response to an administrative petition demanding to expose the names of individuals and companies listed in the Israeli Defense Export Controls Agency, as well as the permits issued by the ministry.
Legislation that would let Israelis visit the United States without visas but not demand full reciprocal treatment for all Americans wishing to travel to the Jewish state could put Congress and the Obama administration on a collision course in coming weeks.
At least three people were killed and 17 wounded when suspected militants fired rocket-propelled grenades at a bus carrying workers inEgypt's North Sinai province early on Monday, security and medical sources said.
Iran's president-elect on Monday leveled his first criticism of the outgoing administration since June's election, saying it has mismanaged the country's economy.
Porcupines, hedgehogs, bats and other animals that call Jerusalem home are on verge of extinction. A new report sets out to reverse the trend.
A one-and-a-half-year old infant died after being left in a car in the Dolev settlement near Ramallah Monday morning. This is the second such incident in a day and third in two weeks. In all cases, the babies died.