The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 11
From the growing crisis at Hadassah to Natalie Portman raising the ire of ultra-Orthodox Jerusalemites, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Israel's ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, defended U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in a number of interviews to the American media Monday, emphasizing that that Kerry does not support a boycott against Israel.
A spokesman for Israel’s Foreign Ministry has conceded that human rights abuses of Palestinian children in the West Bank are “intolerable” and that having soldiers arrest young kids in the middle of the night is problematic.
A growing crisis at Hadassah’s flagship Jerusalem medical centers is prompting what appears to be panic among leaders at Hadassah-Women’s Zionist Organization of America.
Natalie Portman, who started filming the movie adaptation of Amos Oz's 'A Tale of Love and Darkness' in Jerusalem Tuesday, is facing a backlash from the local ultra-Orthodox community.
Abraham Foxman, the long-time director of the Anti-Defamation League, announced Monday that he will be stepping down from his post in July 2015, putting an end to his 50-year career in Jewish communal service.
A Palestinian man has been acquitted in military court because Israeli detectives lost alleged weapons parts they had not even bothered to photograph.
Viber, the Israeli mobile application that allows users to make phone calls and send text messages for free, is in talks with a potential Chinese buyer for a deal that could be worth around $300 million.
Israel Aerospace Industries Tuesday unveiled the newest version of its Heron unmanned aerial vehicle at the Singapore air show.