The top 7 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 23
From Netanyahu's concern over the first round of Iran nuclear talks, to the Jewish Agency's emergency assistance to Ukrainian Jews, Haaretz brings you the top 7 headlines you might have missed.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he is "worried" by the first round of Iran nuclear talks with the world powers in Vienna, saying Iran is 'getting everything from the deal without giving anything.'
Israeli parliamentarians are planning to hold a demonstration outside of the Embassy of the United States in Tel Aviv to call for the release of Jonathan Pollard, with the wife of the jailed Jewish-American spy to speak at the rally.
The Jewish Agency will extend immediate emergency assistance to the Jewish community of Ukraine and will help secure Jewish institutions in the country, with aid coming from the agency's Emergency Assistance Fund for Jewish Communities.
Hamas considers economic reform as Gaza's economic activity plummets, with the government's leaders looking to lessen friction with both Egypt and Israel.
The Defense Ministry is pushing to legalize Avigayil, with demolition orders issued against the West Bank post, established in 2001, never having been enforced.
Britain warned Russia against intervening in Ukraine's "complex crisis," saying London wanted to contribute to an international economic program aimed at shoring up the "desperately difficult" situation of the Ukrainian economy.
Former police general, Menashe Arviv countered allegations of bribery by Rabbi Pinto, accusing the rabbi of fabricating evidence against him to cover up his own crimes.