"Britain's attorney general said Tuesday that she was aware of the urgent need to address the slew of arrest warrants being issued in her country against Israeli official over alleged war crimes in the Gaza Strip." Come on Haaretz, don't get excited. She's a lawyer! In lawyer-speak what she has said means very little. It means 'I'm aware that some people are unhappy with the situation and I haven't yet decided what I can do and what I want to do about it'. What it definitely does NOT mean is 'I'm going to change the system today.'
U.S. defense contractor accused of copying secret military documents (Reuters)
from the article: Deputy FM: Arrest warrants harming Britain-Israel ties