The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, December 24
From aerial assaults on Gaza to a deadly explosion in Egypt, Haaretz brings you the top headlines from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.
The killing of an Israeli Defense Ministry employee led to a deadly aerial attack on Gaza. 3-year-old Palestinian girl reportedly killed in the assault.
The Holy Land's most eminent Roman Catholic cleric is set to condemn Israel's settlements policy in his Christmas Midnight Mass.
Federal judge in Boston decided to censor a subway ad that equates Muslims to "savages".
Drafting Yeshiva students has been postponed to April. Defense ministry pushed the conscription for a third time to give the Knesset more time to debate the issue.
In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has been branded "a terrorist organization", at the backdrop of a car bomb attack killing at least 12 officers.
Israel's plan to diffuse energy sources for vehicles aims to cut oil use by 60% in 11 years. Government will draft incentives to make sure no single fuel replaces oil.
Can chewing gum give you headaches? According to a new study from Tel Aviv University, a large number of subjects who gave up chewing found their migraines waning.
And in Turkey, Erdogan silences reports on government corruption, making sure intrepid journalists are sacked.