The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, August 19
From the latest updates from Egypt to Iran limiting nuclear stockpile; Haaretz.com brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Israel plans to call on the United States and European Union members to support the Egyptian government and military, the New York Times reported Monday.
Twenty five Egyptian policemen were killed in an ambush by militants in the Sinai Peninsula. The attack comes a day after police killed dozens of detainees during a prison riot.
Egyptian judiciary officials say former President Hosni Mubarak could be freed from custody this week.
Iran appears to be limiting growth of medium-enriched uranium stockpile by continuing to convert some of it into reactor fuel, potentially giving room for negotiations, diplomats said.
Outgoing chief rabbi of Great Britain says British Muslims should learn from the U.K. Jewish community's experience as a minority and abstain from imposing beliefs on the majority population.
An American-born Israeli soldier was hospitalized in severe condition after collapsing during a running drill with his unit.
Israeli soldiers were dispatched twice to remove roadblocks believed to be set up by settlers from an illegal Israeli outpost in an attempt to block access to four Palestinian villages in the West Bank.
University of Michigan said it will invite author Alice Walker to speak at a public event on campus after she was recently disinvited from a separate event over her anti-Israel view.