The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, October 28
From Rahm Emanuel telling Haaretz that Obama is responsible for isolating Iran, to Foreign Minister Lieberman having his pick at the top government portfolios, Haaretz.com brings you today's top stories you might have missed.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman will be able to take his pick between the government's three senior ministerial portfolios – defense, finance, or foreign.
Interior Minister Eli Yishai on Sunday asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman to order the imprisonment of Sudanese migrants living in Israel, in spite of the State Prosecution's decision not to imprison them.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel tells Haaretz that President Barack Obama is committed to Israel’s security and thanks to him, Iran is isolated from the world.
Ze'ev Ben Aryeh, Israel's former ambassador to Belarus, was sentenced on Sunday to four months of community service for passing details to Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman regarding a police investigation into alleged crimes committed by him.
Iran possesses drones that are far more advanced than the unmanned aircraft Iranian-backed Hezbollah launched into Israeli airspace this month, Iran's defense minister was quoted as saying on Sunday.
The New York Times editorial board has endorsed Barack Obama for reelection in an editorial published on Sunday. In the piece, simply titled "Barack Obama for Re-Election," the Times lays out its case for Obama and against Romney.
New testimonies from the Agranat Commission were released for publication on Sunday, the 39th anniversary of the cease-fire that ended the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Weather forecasters warned on Sunday that Hurricane Sandy will affect a large area of the U.S. east coast, but said it was too early to pinpoint where the storm, which has the potential to be the biggest ever to hit the mainland, would make landfall.