The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, December 4
From the assassination of a Hezbollah commander, to the death of Israeli comedian Sefi Rivlin; Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Hezbollah blames Israel for the assassination of one of its top commanders, Hussein al-Laquis. According to Haaretz analyst Amos Harel, the assassination marks the biggest blow to the Lebanese militia since his chief-of-staff was gunned down in Damascus in 2008.
The United States will present Israel a plan for security arrangements in the West Bank following the establishment of a Palestinian state.
After a long battle with cancer, Israeli veteran actor and comedian Sefi Rivlin died at the age of 66.
The Israeli Tax Authority plans to fight against becoming a tax haven for Diaspora Jews by exchanging information with foreign authorities.
If implemented fully, an international deal aimed at preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons will eliminate any need for a missile defense system in Europe, Russia's foreign minister said.
A 26-year-old man who was arrested in connection with a brutal assault of four Jews in Sydney suburb pleads not guilty.
New York City Mayor Bloomberg will dedicate his $1 million Genesis Prize to “promote commerce between the people in Palestine and the people in Israel.”
El Al is selling seats on regular flights to several destinations, even though the service on those routes is due to be replaced by the airline's new low-cost carrier.