Newspaper Front Pages

Iranian Taxi Drivers Protest against E-Hailing Apps

Iranian taxi drivers staged a protest rally in front of the Iranian Parliament against two e-hailing companies in Tehran.

Border Outpost in Western Iran Buried under Snow

A border outpost in western Iranian city of Baneh was fully blanketed by the recent heavy snowfall.

MP Warns against Increased Smuggling of Iran’s Soil

An Iranian MP has warned that Iran’s soil is being increasingly smuggled to other countries, expressing dissatisfaction with the failure of related bodies to identify and arrest the smugglers.

Issue of Palestine Should Not Be Consigned to Oblivion

A senior Iranian lawmaker says the International Conference on Palestinian Intifada, which is underway in Tehran, as an accurate and necessary action to keep alive the issue of Palestine and the cause of liberating al-Quds.

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on February 21

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday and picked headlines from 21 them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Heavy Rain in Southern Iran Breathes New Life into Maharloo Lake

The recent heavy rainfall in southern Iran have breathed a new life into several shrinking wetlands and lakes including Maharloo Lake, near Shiraz.

Issue of Palestine Should Not Be Consigned to Oblivion

A senior Iranian lawmaker says the International Conference on Palestinian Intifada, which is underway in Tehran, as an accurate and necessary action to keep alive the issue of Palestine and the cause of liberating al-Quds.

Editor's Choice

Which One Will Win: Erdogan or Democracy?

With almost two months to Turkey referendum on boosting presidential powers, fear and anxiety have already spread among the supporters of democracy who find their core democratic values and the future of the country at stake, as the reform to be adopted by the vote has the potential to mark the beginning of a dictatorship.

Opinion

Interviews

Turkey Wants to Redeem Itself in Syria Issue: Analyst

A political analyst and a former envoy to Syria says Turkey seems to be cooperating to help Syria peace talks move forward and bear fruit in an effort to improve its image.

Iranian Food Recipe

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