The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, December 3
From U.S. rejecting Israeli criticism on Iran, to a woman guilty of 'sperm theft'; Haartez brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
The United States is rejecting Israeli criticism on Iran, but Netanyahu suspects Obama is only interested in delaying its nuclear project long enough to toss the hot potato on to his successor.
A global survey on perceptions of international corruption ranks Israel in the bottom third among OECD countries.
Despite European Union settlement guidelines, a new business initiative by the Dutch government includes at least five Israeli companies that are operating in the West Bank.
The Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee have been inactive since Avigdor Lieberman was reappointment foreign minister three weeks ago.
A new migrant detention facility, expected to open in two weeks, will initially accent men only, Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar said.
Israel's Chief Rabbinate has promised to open kahrut supervision to women following a legal battle waged by a religious women’s organization
Court found an Israeli woman guilty of "sperm theft," ordering her to pay her ex-partner some $31,000 in damages.
Lady Gaga will arrive in the summer of 2014 for her second performance in Israel. The pop music superstar will be promoting her new album ARTPOP.