The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, July 29
From Romney's meeting with Netanyahu to the Tourism Ministry allocating funds for five new Israeli hotels, Haaretz.com brings you the top headlines that you might have missed.
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was warmly received Sunday morning by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who emphasized the need for a credible military threat against Iran.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem arrived in Tehran on Sunday morning for talks with top Iranian officials to discuss developments in Syria, the Iranian Fars news agency reported.
The U.S. national security adviser has shared with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the United States' contingency plans for a possible attack on Iran.
Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney violated pre-established agreement by closing $50,000 per plate fundraiser to the press, which will be attended by casino mogul Sheldon Adelson.
The case of five female police officers who complained that Jerusalem District commander Niso Shaham had sexually harassed them may be "the tip of the iceberg," a source in the Justice Ministry's Police Investigation Department said yesterday.
Andy Ram and Yoni Erlich progressed to the second round of the men's doubles tournament on Saturday, beating their Spanish opponents in straight sets.
Judge Varda Alshech announced Friday that she was quitting her chairmanship of the judges' representative group. She is awaiting Supreme Court President Asher Grunis' decision on possible sanctions against her following a damning report by judicial ombudsman Eliezer Goldberg.
The Tourism Ministry has allocated NIS 112 million to establish five new hotels in Israel, plus the expansion of a sixth and the renovation of two others.