IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday, September 3, and picked headlines from 17 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Newspapers today covered the reports on an upcoming visit of a Saudi delegation to Iran and discussed a possible thaw in relations between Tehran and Riyadh.
Another top story was Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s response to Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to the UN, about inspecting Iran’s military sites.
Many women in Iran were surprised on Saturday to see they can buy tickets to watch a FIFA World Cup qualifier between Iran and Syria in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium; however, as newspapers reported today, the Football Federation declared women are still not allowed to go to stadiums, and it was just a bug in the online portal for selling tickets.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Culture Minister: Senior Clerics Hopeful about Rouhani’s Gov’t
2- Rouhani: Iran Resolved to Strengthen All-Out Ties with S. Africa
3- Zarif: Iran to Have All-Out Relations with World in Next 4 Years
1- Lebanese PM: Assad Should Withdraw from Power
2- US Coalition: We Won’t Let ISIS Convoy Reach Eastern Syria
3- Emir of Mecca: Iranians Are Our Religious Brothers
1- Mission Impossible
- Top Officer: Iran’s Rapid Response Prevents Enemies from Any Aggression
2- Zarif: Haley Ignorant of Nuclear Deal
3- DM: Iran to Continue Support for Resistance More Powerfully
1- Weak Signals for Tehran-Riyadh Détente: Saudi Diplomatic Delegation to Visit Iran
2- Fresh Attack of Hardliners on JCPOA: Kayhan Says North Korea Has Learnt Lesson from Iran
1- Chief of Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces: War on Iran Not to Be Limited to Our Territory
2- Beginning of Thaw in Iran-Saudi Relations
1- Women ‘Respectfully’ Not Allowed to Go to Stadiums despite Popular Demands
1- Countdown to End of ISIS in Syria
2- Iran Top Officer: Possible Aggression on Iran Won’t Be on Ground
3- From Red Light to Green Rectangle (Football venue)
- A Report n Biggest Football Competition between Child Labourers
1- Employment to Become Feminine
- Rouhani’s Aide: Women Outpacing Men in Entering Job Market
2- Nuclear Spokesman: No Request to Inspect Iran’s Military Sites
3- Reformist Figure: Rouhani Not Inclined towards Conservatives
1- Labour Minister: Foreign Investment in Iran Should Increase by 10 Times
2- US to Equip South Korean Army with Ballistic Missiles
3- UN: ISIS to Be Defeated in Syria in Two Months
1- Zarif to US: Level of Inspections Clear in Nuclear Deal
1- Closed Eyes of Buthaina Opens World’s Eyes
- Social Media Users’ Reaction to Injured Yemeni Girl’s Photo
2- New Documents on Tel Aviv’s Support for Takfiri Terrorists
3- UN Warns: 120,000 Rohingya Muslims Don’t Have Food
1- UAE’s Role Revealed in Judaization of Occupied al-Quds: Palestinian Official
2- African Immigrants Not Allowed to Stay in Tel Aviv: Bibi
3- ISIS Starts Escaping Deir ez-Zor
1- One Dies Every Hour Due to Shortage of Organ
1- ‘JCPOA Was Very Well Written’: Mr Zarif! In Favour of Iran or US?
2- Myanmar Army Sets Fire on 1,600 Houses of Muslims; UN Didn’t Voice Concern!
1- Rouhani Stuck between Left, Right Wings: Political Figures Discuss Rouhani’s Recent Stances
1- Afghan Workers in a Dilemma: A Report on Situation of Foreign Workers in Iran Market
1- Six Breath-Taking Hours in Military Court
- Trial Session Held for Those Involved in Attack on MP Motahari