The Top 8 Headlines You Might Have Missed / Haaretz Newsline, January 2

From another deadly car bombing in Lebanon to Ariel Sharon's critical medical condition, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry landed in Israel for his 10th visit in the region in under a year,  reach a framework agreement for peace talks.

Former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in critical condition, seven years after falling into a coma. He is being treated for multiple organ failures, and doctors say the situation is deteriorating.

A car bomb exploded in a Hezbollah base in south Beirut. The blast killed at least 3 and left dozens wounded, as the Syrian civil war continues to spill over into Lebanon.

Israeli Arab soccer team Hapoel Jatt's bus was stoned by Israelis in a West Bank settlement while on its way back from a game.

From poplar music to a new vernacular: Egypt's pop culture is inspired by the country's political upheavals.

Israel's Ministerial Committee for Legislation considers a bill that would limit government's use of gag orders after are already public.

The prayer group Women of the Wall was caught trying to sneak a Torah scroll to the Western Wall.

Scientists claim that cats are killing rare Israeli wildlife, leaving animal lovers divided as to who has more rights.