The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, January 27
From Israel Defense Forces alleged bombing of a Syrian base, to Netanyahu's office attacking Bennet's remarks, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial will soon house newly discovered letters, diaries and photos of SS chief Heinrich Himmler, which until now have been kept in a private bank vault in Tel Aviv.
Women of the Wall is on the verge of finalizing an agreement with the government to move its monthly prayer service from the women’s section at the Western Wall to a new egalitarian space nearby.
The Israel Air Force bombed a Syrian base in the Latakia airport, Lebanese media reported, with Israeli security neither confirming nor denying the strike.
The Prime Minister's Office sharply condemned Economy Minister Naftali Bennett's "irresponsible" comments as reckless national endangerment by harming Netanyahu's efforts to expose the "real face" of the Palestinian Authority.
After the Davos Conference, where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu highlighted Israel's high-tech prowess, Netanyahu told the cabinet that Google, Yahoo and others are interested in setting up shop in Israel, particularly in cybersecurity.
Israel has for the first time granted refugee status to two Eritrean nationals, with the vast majority of asylum seeker requests ignored or rejected since Israel does not consider fleeing from forced military service sufficient to warrant protection.
Israel issued the first passport for a baby born to Israeli parents through surrogacy in Thailand after months of bureaucratic wrangling, with twelve additional babies expected to receive passports in the coming week.
63-year-old Sharon Doner-Feldman unapologetically touts her minute-long video 'Hey Baby Ride Me Rough' as it rakes in over 25 million views, using the income to help her sick sister.