The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, January 20
From Iran halting its most sensitive nuclear activity to Pope Francis weighing opening the Vatican's Holocaust-era secret archives, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Despite the belief that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper fully supports Israeli policy on the Palestinian issue, the Foreign Ministry in Ottawa issued an updated policy paper, on the eve of Harper's visit to Israel, stating that Canada believes the settlements are illegal and an obstacle to peace.
Iran has halted its most sensitive nuclear activity under a ground-breaking deal with the world powers, a confidential UN atomic agency report showed, paving the way for the easing of some Western sanctions.
Pope Francis wants to open the Vatican's secret archives on Pope Pius XII to help determine whether the controversial Holocaust-era pontiff should be canonized.
The Knesset has begun its hearings on the bill to raise the percentage of vote that a party must win to enter the Knesset. If passed, the threshold will be raised from its current 2 percent to 3.25 percent, excluding those parties supported by Arab voters from the Knesset.
Israel will take part in a cyber arms race with its enemies, but it's not clear which attacks will be permissible in the legal regime that's slowly taking shape.
An Israeli high-school teacher is facing possible dismissal after a student complained, in a letter to Education Minister Shay Piron, that he expressed "extreme leftist views" and "spoke against our state" in class.
Parents of Israeli autistic children are complaining that many schools suspend their children too often, pushing strong medication with bad side effects instead of proper care for the children's behavioral problems.
Rose Fostanes, the Filipina winner of 'X Factor Israel,' will be permitted to work in the country exclusively as an entertainer.