The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, August 30
From the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon denouncing his Tehran hosts to a 95-hundred-year-old figurine found near Jerusalem; Haaretz.com sums up the top headlines you might have missed.
Without naming Iran, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon denounced his hosts in Tehran for threatening to destroy Israel and for denying the Holocaust.
A top Iranian scientist believed to be the "father" of Iran's nuclear weapons program, and who was apparently sidelined from his research a few years ago, has resumed his work in a lab on the outskirts of Tehran, the Wall Street Journal reported.
No one was surprised by the High Court of Justice ruling ordering all residents of the settlement outpost of Migron to be out by next Tuesday - except, of course, for the settlers themselves.
Republican Mitt Romney pulled even with President Barack Obama in a Reuters/Ipsos poll, getting a boost from his party's nominating convention in Tampa this week.
Tzohar, the rabbinical organization that has recently launched a campaign to "strengthen the Chief Rabbinate" is considering running candidates in the upcoming elections for Ashkenazi and Sephardi chief rabbis.
Archaeologists have unearthed two 9,500-year-old figurines near Jerusalem that could shed light on religion and society during the Stone Age, says the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Egypt began withdrawing forces from northern Sinai, according to Egyptian media reports.
A Tel Aviv District policeman shot and killed a Palestinian man who was allegedly attempting to break into a car in north Tel Aviv.