The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 24
From ousted Ukrainian President Yanukovych being wanted for mass murder to Egypt's army-backed government resigning en masse, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Ukraine's ousted president Viktor Yanukovych is wanted by police for mass murder, the nation's newly-appointed interior minister said. The whereabouts of the former president are currently unknown.
Egypt's army-backed government has resigned en masse, Egypt's interim prime minister Hazem el-Beblawi announced on Monday.
The initiative led by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is the "only way" to achieve peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated ahead of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to Israel.
U.S. President Barak Obama has invited Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to meet him in Washington for talks following Netanyahu's visit in early March.
The two Israeli police officers convicted of negligent homicide after dumping an injured Palestinian man on the side of the road in 2008 got their sentence shortened.
A military court is considering whether warrants should be required to search soldiers' phones, with the Military Police Criminal Investigations Division often searching cell phones without court approval.
A court upheld the conviction of Roman Zadorov for the 2006 murder of a 13-year-old girl in the Golan, with the fate of the re-convicted killer resting on whether the court accepts expert testimony that foot-print evidence is inconclusive.
The IDF shed light on its humanitarian aid operations on the Syrian border, with a military official briefing reporters on Israel's provisions, including baby food and blankets sent to civilians and evacuating fighters for treatment.