The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, September 22
From reports of Israeli experts aiding Kenyan officials in deadly Nairobi standoff to overnight 'price-tag' attacks in East Jerusalem, here are the top 8 stories you might have missed.
A deadly standoff with Al-Qaida-linked group continues in Kenya, with conflicting reports emerging about role Israelis are playing in attempts to end crisis. An Israeli source in Nairobi said all Israelis who were in the mall at the time of the attack had made it out safely.
Israeli ministers and politicians react to the killing of Israel Defense Forces soldier Tomer Hazan over the weekend, saying it proves that Palestinians have no intention of reaching a peace agreement with Israel.
Seven vehicles belonging to Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem were vandalized overnight Saturday in the third so-called 'price tag' attack in the neighborhood in as many months.
Ahead of his trip to New York, Iranian president Rohani reaffirms his pledge Iran will not seek nuclear weapons, and expresses wish to resume talks to settle the standoff.
Voting began in Germany's general election, with opinion polls suggesting Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition may lose its parliamentary majority.
The French diplomat involved in altercation with Israel Border Police officers might be deemed persona non-grata by Israeli authorities, due to what officials say was inappropriate behavior for a diplomat.
For the first time in six years, Israel allowed building materials for private projects to enter the Gaza Strip via its border crossings on Sunday.
Israeli online translation company Babylon said on Sunday it was cancelling a long-anticipated initial public offering on Wall Street, in order to focus on IronSource merger talks.