IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, February 8, and picked headlines from 12 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The top story today was the air pollution in Tehran which has plagued the people’s lives and it seems it is not going to leave the citizens alone these days.
Several papers also covered the remarks made by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani about book censorship and the need to put the publishers and authors in charge of it.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Women to Be Allowed to Go to Stadiums If Men Guarantee They Won’t Swear: MP
2- Recent Protests Awakened Reformists: Politician
3- N. Korean Leader Sends His Sister to S. Korea to Improve His Face
1- Impeachment of Roads Minister: Politicized or Professional?
- 45 MPs Call for Akhondi’s Impeachment
2- People’s Rights Should Not Be Sacrificed for Partisan Interests
3- Air Pollution Will Definitely Lead to Cancer
1- Which One Will Tehranis Choose: Living in Smoky Air or Escaping?
2- Souvenir of Berlin for Tehran
- New German Gov’t Calls for Removal of Economic Restrictions against Iran
1- Shamkhani Urges “Setad” to End Its Competition with Private Sector
2- President or Sultan? Trump Calls for Military Parade
1- Rouhani: Authors, Publishers the Ones Who Should Decide about Book Censorship
2- People Have Turned Their Backs Not on Islam, but on Incompetent Officials: Imam Khomeini’s Grandson
3- Oil Minister: Quality of Petrol Distributed in Big Cities Good
4- HAARP Has No Role in Earthquakes, Climate Change
5- Iran-UN Cooperation to Decrease Consequences of Natural Disasters
1- Main Cause of Tehran Air Pollution
- Black Carbon Emitted from 100,000 Trucks Moving in Tehran Overnight
2- Municipality to Organize Street Vendors
3- Rouhani: Officials Should Read What People Write in Social Media
1- Rouhani: Culture Professionals Must Make Decision about Book Censorship
2- Air Pollution in Tehran to Persist Until Weekend
1- Brains of Iranian Elites Serving Foreign Executives
- Operation of Certain Multinational Start-ups in Iran More Dangerous than Dual-Nationality Officials
2- Price of Imported Cars to Decrease by 40%: Official
1- Top Clerics, Bodies, Groups Call for People’s High Turnout in 22 Bahman Rallies
2- Iraqi Popular Forces Call for Full Withdrawal of US Forces from Iraq
3- Hundreds of Economic, Construction, Cultural Projects Inaugurated during Fajr Days
1- Why Gov’t Insists on Denying Priority of Economic Woes
2- Philippine Gov’t Bulldozes Luxurious Cars Illegally Imported
3- Boycotting Samsung Products, Minimum Response to S. Korea’s Humiliating Move
4- Lebanon’s Hezbollah in Reaction to Israeli DM’s Threats
- We’ll Attack Israeli Oil Facilities Wherever They Are
1- Iran’s Nanotechnology Ranks Fourth in the World
1- Qom Disappointed with Rouhani
- Society of Qom Seminary’s Teachers Once Again Write to Rouhani to Protest Mismanagement