The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline November 26
From an Emmy win for '5 Broken Cameras,' to the discovery of a 'Schizophrenia gene' among Ashkenazi Jews, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has demanded additional talks with the European Union over the Horizon 2020 scientific cooperation initiative before signing the deal.
World powers that took part in the negotiations with Iran urge Israel to stop complaining about the interim nuclear agreement and work with the P5+1 before talks over a final agreement begin.
AIPAC has released a memo criticizing the interim agreement reached between the P5+1 and Iran, but not rejecting it outright. The pro-Israel lobby group called on Congress to legislate new sanctions that will kick in if Iran reneges on the deal.
The Oscar-nominated film "5 Broken Cameras," a chronicle of Palestinian nonviolent resistance co-directed by Palestinian Emad Burnat and Israeli Guy Davidi, nabbed the best documentary award at the 41st annual International Emmy Awards.
The Civil Administration has approved a master plan that would retroactively legalize and facilitate the construction of 100 new Jewish homes, while rejecting the Palestinian village of Susya's request to make their homes legal.
Israeli and American scientists have discovered a gene among Ashkenazi Jews that increases by 40 percent their chances of developing schizophrenia, as well schizoaffective disorder and manic depression.
An Israeli rabbinical court has handed down a precedent-setting ruling that requires a mother to circumcise her son, or pay a fine of NIS 500 ($140) for every day he remains uncircumcised.
"Fight Club" producer Arnon Milchan has opened up about his past as an Israeli operative in a joint Channel 2 interview with actor Robert De Niro.
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