The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 27
From EU consuls recommending imposition of sanctions on settlement building, to the repatriation of the Syrian rebels who were hospitalized in Israel, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
The European Union’s consuls general in East Jerusalem and Ramallah published an inside report recommending the imposition of sanctions on organizations involved in settlement construction.
In Kazakhstan, after another round of nuclear talks between Iran and the Western powers was concluded, Iran's chief negotiator said the offers made were "more realistic than those presented in the past and made an effort to approach the positions of Iran.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees demanded Israel explain the secret deportation of more than 1,000 Sudanese migrants via a third country.
Five of the six wounded Syrian rebel soldiers who were admitted to Israel for medical attention were discharged and repatriated.
An Iron Dome anti-missile defense system was tested near Jerusalem.
Waze, the Israeli-developed free mobile navigation app, won the Mobile World Congress Judges' Choice award for best overall mobile application, beating out major players like Dropbox and Flipboard.
The police manhunt for the Ashdod woman whose daughter was said to be identified as a girl who mysteriously disappeared in 1994, turned out to be a wild goose chase.
And on the scientific front, two Israeli's were included among Business Insider's list of worlds sexiest scientists.