A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on November 29

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday and picked headlines from 19 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Most newspapers on Tuesday covered the remarks made by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution in a meeting with Navy commanders. Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei talked about the US extension of anti-Iran sanctions and described it as a violation of the nuclear deal with Tehran.

The lifting of visa requirements between Iran and Russia was also a top story. Aftab-e Yazd in an article discussed whether the move will be to the benefit of Iran or Russia.

The recounting of votes in some US states also received great coverage.

The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines:

 

Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Leader: Extension of Expired Sanctions Is Violation of Commitments

2- Lifting of Visa Requirement between Iran and Russia: Favourable to Which Side?


 

Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Fear of JCPOA Abolition in JCPOA: US National Security Advisor Says Scrapping Nuclear Deal Will Isolate US


 

Asrar:

1- Government Tries to End Unethical Behaviours: VP for Legal Affairs

2- Controversies Surrounding Arrest Warrant of an MP

3- British Official: London Seeks to Remove Barriers to Banking Ties with Iran

4- Trump: Millions of Americans Voted Illegally


 

Donya-ye Eqtesad:

1- Obama’s National Security Advisor Warns Trump: US Should Pay a Price for Violating JCPOA


 

Ebtekar:

1- Trump and Opponents Continue Conflicts over US Elections


 

Etemad:

1- Int’l Restrictions Will Limit Trump: Academic

2- Iranian Chess Player’s Fair Play in Match against Ukrainian Opponent

 


 

Ettela’at:

1- Leader: Capabilities of Iran’s Navy Should Be as Much as Islamic Establishment Deserves

2- 16 Yemeni Children and Women Killed in Saudi Arabia’s Brutal Attack on Hodeida

3- Iran’s Nuclear Chief: Other Side Will Be the Loser of JCPOA Violation


 

Haft-e Sobh:

1- Iranian-Turkish Businessman Zarrab Has Blackmailed Dutch Bank and US Bank


 

Hemayat:

1- Leader: Problems of Nuclear Deal Were Caused by the Rush in Finalizing the Deal

2- Terrorists Escape Eastern Aleppo

3- Nuclear Chief: We’ve Made Required Arrangements for Responding to JCPOA Violation


 

Iran:

1- People in Tabriz Light Candles to Commemorate Victims of Train Crash

2- Trump’s Anger over Upcoming Recount of Votes in Wisconsin


 

Jame Jam:

1- Leader: We Should Increase Depth of Our Presence in High Seas

2- Aleppo on Verge of Liberation

 


 

Jomhouri Eslami:

1- 1,200 Sunni Pilgrims Walk towards Shrine of Imam Reza, Eighth Shiite Imam

2- Parliament Speaker’s Mediation Leads to Cancellation of Reformist MP’s Arrest

3- Iraqi FM: Law of Recognition of Iraqi Popular Forces Was a Great Victory for Iraqi Nation

 


 

Kayhan:

1- Zionist Rabbi: Nasrallah Was Right, Israel Is Weaker than Spider’s Nest

2- Poverty in Germany Has Doubled in Past Decade


 

Khorasan:

1- Vienna Waiting for OPEC’s Decisive Summit for Oil Output Cut

2- Terrorists’ Escape Routes Cut Off in Aleppo: 12 Regions Liberated


 

Noavaran:

1- Zarif: Castro’s Death Was a Disaster for Freedom-Seeking Movements

2- Iran-Russia Deal for Lifting Visa Requirements


 

Shargh:

1- Shamkhani: Trump’s Oil Policy Will Disrupt Market

2- Foreign Policy Expert Mousavian:: Saudi Arabia’s Billion-Dollar Package to Trump for Action against Iran

3- Berlinale Representative’s Visit to Iran Sparks Controversy

4- We Wish US Would Take Logical Stances: Iran’s Nuclear Chief

 


 

Ta’adol:

1- War of Bank Notes in New Delhi: Indian PM Gambling with the Country’s Monetary System

2- Saudi Arabia’s Oil Bluff: Latest Stances by Saudi Officials on Verge of Vienna Summit


 

Vaghaye Ettefaghieh:

1- Iraqis Are Less Pessimistic about Trump: New US Administration’s Need for Iran

 


 

Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- Iran’s Nuclear Chief: Extension of Anti-Iran Sanctions Is Violation of JCPOA

2- Air Pollution Once Again Says Hello to People of Tehran

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