Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on October 21

A special look at the headlines Ettela’at newspaper covered on October 21.

“There are no government red lines in the fight against corruption,” the first vice-president told a meeting of the anti-corruption commission.

Eshagh Jahangiri further said what is important in the case involving Babak Zanjani [a young billionaire on trial for corruption] is the return of the money which has been siphoned off.

 The Environment Protection Organization has said that satellite signal jammers and benzene are carcinogenic.

A deputy director of the organization has said that production of motorcycles with carburetors will stop as of September 2016.

 The defeat of the ruling Conservative party in Canada, a political seismic shift.

In the same elections, two candidates of Iranian origin and one of Afghan descent won parliamentary seats.

 The grandson of the architect of the Islamic Republic has said that collective wisdom should be tapped in teamwork.

Seyyed Hassan Khomeini further said he’ll make a decision “in due time” on whether to run for the Assembly of Experts.

 The Energy Ministry is ready for a harsh winter.

The energy minister has urged water and electricity companies to brace for a bitterly cold winter.

 Bahraini forces have attacked Shiite mourners.

The attack by the security forces left a few worshippers injured.

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