Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on October 12

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

 Parliament has passed the general outlines of a bill on the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

The details of the bill are expected to be discussed in an open session of the Islamic Consultative Assembly on Tuesday.

♦ People turned out in force for the funeral of Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani [who was martyred in the suburbs of Aleppo, Syria on Thursday].

 Emad ballistic missile has been successfully test-fired.

The defense minister has hailed Emad as the country’s first high-precision long-range missile.

 A pregnant Palestinian woman has died in an Israeli airstrike.

In a bid to crack down on Palestinians in occupied territories, the Zionist regime has called up 2,000 army reservists.

 A number of IS leaders have died in an Iraqi military airstrike.

A convoy of IS leaders came under attack in al-Anbar Province; there are no words on the fate of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

 Iran University of Medical Sciences has hailed the services of the health minister.

 Some 770,000 babies were born in the first half of the year [which started on March 21, 2015].

The top 10 crimes in the country have grown 15 percent, said the deputy judiciary chief.

Mohammad Bagher Olfat blamed unemployment for the rise in crime rates.