The Top 8 Headlines You Might Have Missed / Haaretz Newsline November 27

From Israel and the EU reaching a compromise on the Horizon 2020 pact to the national mourning of legendary singer Arik Einstein, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.

Israel and the EU have reached a compromise on the Horizon 2020 scientific cooperation pact, the signing of which was put in doubt following a rift over the EU's West Bank settlement funding ban.

Following that announcement, it was made known that Israel will compensate settlers and institutions that suffer financial damage due to the EU's ban on transferring scientific research funding beyond the Green Line.

Thousands of Israelis gathered at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv to pay their respects to the much-beloved Israeli singer Arik Einstein, who passed away Tuesday.

Top British envoy to Iran maintains that "the bulk of sanctions will stay in place," and affirms the UK's commitment to monitoring and policing sanctions against Iran.

A civil complaint has revealed that soldiers have acted in contradiction to IDF instructions by forcing Jews and Arabs to use separate lanes at West Bank checkpoints.

IDF's Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz has approved a new set of definitions for determining which soldiers are to be deemed combat soldiers, in response to the growing dominance of remote technology on the battlefield.

Following complaints, the Chief Rabbinate and the Religious Services Ministry have banned intrusive questioning of female mikveh-goers by facility attendants.

And a new poll claims some fifty percent of Americans believe that the U.S. "should use its military power to defend Israel against threats to its security, no matter where they come from."