IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday, December 24, and picked headlines from 14 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
A major story in several newspapers today was the air pollution in Tehran and other megacities, and a protest rally held by the citizens of Tehran in front of the municipality.
The issue of earthquake and the absolute necessity of preparing for the incident also remained a top story today.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- UN Security Council Unanimously Pass New Sanctions against N. Korea
2- Bin Salman’s Condition for Release of Bin Talal: Paying $6 Billion
3- Fuad Masum Underlines Support of Iran-Iraq Investment
1- 48,000 Killed by Air Pollution: Shocking Statistics
1- Intelligence Minister: To Save Establishment, It’s Necessary to Avoid Conflicts, Sedition
1- 12% of Iranian People Illiterate
2- Minister: Iran to Build Its First ICT Town
1- Nonstop Efforts to Contain 57 Days of Fire in Oil Well Southern Iran
1- Labour Minister: Gov’t Strategy Based on Increasing Cash Subsidies of Poor
2- Judiciary Chief, President, Parliament Speaker to Meet on Air Pollution, Quake
3- First VP: Gov’t Resolved to Revise Administrative System
4- Zionist Regime Withdraws from UNESCO in Protest at UN’s Anti-Israel Resolution
1- Tehran Mayor: End of Red Alert in Capital; No Concern over Bigger Quake
2- Azeri Maestro: Iranian Tar Must Be Introduced to World Academically
1- Less than One Book for Each Iranian Citizen
- A Report on Total Number of Books Published in Past 8 Months
1- Golden Maserati Spotted in Tehran!
1- Iran to Receive New Cargo Ships as of March 2018
2- France Prepares for Christmas by Deploying 100,000 Security Forces
3- Iran, Switzerland to Cooperate on Promotion of Nuclear Safety
1- Advocates of Reformism: Those Who Regret Voting for Rouhani Are Conspirators!
2- Popular Front: Palestinians’ Legitimate Goal Is to Attack US Interests
1- One Million Yemenis Suffering from Cholera
- TIME Portrays Saudi Coalition’s Crimes in Yemen
2- Telegram to Release Digital Currency Inspired by Bitcoin
1- Parliament Speaker: Terrorism in Mideast Not Over
1- We Want Fresh Air
- Tehran Citizens Hold Protest Gathering in Front of Municipality