The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, October 22
From the election polls for mayor and other local Israeli officials opening on Tuesday, to the fifth earthquake hitting northern Israel in one week, Haaretz.com brings you the top headlines you might have missed.
Polls opened across Israel on Tuesday, as Israelis headed to cast their votes for mayors and other local officials in 191 cities, towns and other local authorities.
A Palestinian terror suspect was killed on Tuesday morning in Bil'in after clashes with Israeli counter-terrorism forces who were attempting to arrest him.
The war between the regime of President Bashar Assad and the Syrian opposition has reached the Druze villages in the Golan Heights, with three youths from the community joining the ranks of Assad's army.
The Israeli government is preparing to move detained African migrants to an open camp, following the High Court of Justice's striking down of legislation that allowed them to be detained for up to three years.
A mild earthquake hit northern Israel on Tuesday, marking the fifth quake in a week to hit areas near the Kinneret.
Qatar has agreed to provide $150 million in debt relief to the Palestinian Authority, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday as he announced that Israeli-Palestinian peace talks are intensifying.
Israel's Economy Minister Naftali Bennett on Monday urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bring a controversial bill that would require a Knesset supermajority to negotiate on Jerusalem before the cabinet for a vote.
Iran nuclear talks ended last week with enthusiastic pronouncements of progress from negotiators. Tehran's willingness to engage is a big step, but diplomats familiar with the meeting also say significant gaps remain between what the Iranians offered and what the six negotiating powers seek in order to reduce fears Iran wants to build nuclear weapons.
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