IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 14 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Newspapers today continued covering the reactions to the US military attack on Syria and the possible confrontation between Moscow and Washington following the strike.
The report released by a committee tasked with probing into the deadly Plasco Building collapse also received great coverage.
The speculations and reviews about Iran’s May presidential election also remained a top story today.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Rouhani: Ballot Boxes Do Miracle
2- Nuclear Chief: JCPOA Was Divine Destiny
3- JCPOA Impossible If Iranian Negotiators Weren’t Allowed to Hold Talks with US: Salehi
4- Zarif: US Missile Attack Sets Dangerous Precedent
1- New Crime in Mosul: ISIS Once Again Uses Chemical Gases
2- Rouhani Calls for Formation of Int’l Fact-Finding Committee for Syria
3- ISIS Threatens to Attack Turkey on Referendum Day
1- Ahmadinejad’s Alternative Candidate
- Rumours say Baqaei is not Ahmadinejad’s main candidate. His economy minister Hosseini will probably run
1- President: You Can’t Get to Roof of Justice Using Ladder of Lie
2- Iran to Run out of Water in 50 Years
3- Zarif: Common Understanding among Religions Needed for Fight against Terror
1- Official: Russians Won’t Get Engaged in Military Confrontation with US
2- 384 Drug-Addicted Babies Born Last Year
1- IRIB’s Attacks on Presidential Candidates Always Backfire: Rouhani’s Aide
2- Tehran Mayor Was Obliged to Immunize Plasco Building: Investigation Team
1- A Review of Rouhani Government’s Poor Performance, Economic Statistics
1- Growing Trend of Worldwide Rallies, Reactions against US Invasion of Syria
2- Medvedev: US Very Close to Military Confrontation with Russia
1- Daroogar Factory, Oldest Producer of Hygiene Products, Shut Down after Several Others
1- Rouhani: US Aggression on Syria Is Cruel
2- Protest Rallies in Front of White House against Syria Strike
1- President: What Permit Did Americans Use to Attack Syria?
2- Assad: US Attack on Syria Was Stupid, Irresponsible
3- Amir Abdollahian: US Syria Strike Encourages Terrorism
1- Nuclear Chief: No Sunset for Iran’s Nuclear Energy Program
2- Merkel: US Missile Attack on Syria Is Understandable, Justifiable
3- Qualifications of Candidates to Be Reviewed Confidentially: Official
1- Raeesi’s Bid for Presidency to Serve Rouhani’s Interests: Advisor
2- 1,700-Page Report on Plasco Incident Pending Rouhani’s Opinion
1- Story of Alex Noori and His Unexpected Success in Bundesliga