Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on September 12

A special look at the headlines Ettela’at newspaper covered on September 12.

 A plan by hardliners in the US to defeat the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has failed.

The rejection resolution [in the US Senate] which needed 60 votes to go through, secured no more than 58. Forty-two Senators voted in favor of the Iran nuclear deal.

 A second lane of Kerman-Sirjan-Golgohar Highway has become operational at a ceremony attended by the minister of roads and urban development.

 A ceremony has been held to praise the services of Master Abdollah Anvar [a prominent decipherer of ancient scrolls] and Ahmad Masjed Jamei [a former culture minister] at the Iranian Art Museum Garden.

 A Russian news agency has reported that the unwavering stance of Ayatollah Khamenei serves as a guarantor of Iranian security.

 Thousands of Britons shouted anti-Zionist slogans as they welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu!

It came as the United Nations approved a proposal to raise Palestinian flag at the UN headquarters.

 Two short- and long-term plans to transform the banking system and the capital market.

An Asian institution is to provide Iran with a $5 billion credit line.

 Construction of two petrochemical and steel complexes has started in Sistan and Baluchestan Province.

The industry minister has said that construction of a tire company in the north of the southeastern border province will soon get underway.

 The Iranian parliament speaker has said that Tehran is after peace and sustainable security in the Middle East.

In an interview with a German newspaper, Ali Larijani said that the Saudis are erring and that they should not expect us to support their mistakes.

 As many as 65 people were killed and 80 others injured when a crane collapsed in Mecca.

 

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