A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on August 16

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday and picked headlines from 20 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Newspapers on Tuesday covered the ongoing visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s representative to Iran and his meetings with top Iranian diplomats. The majority of papers highlighted the purposes behind the visit, and pointed to the hopes for an end to Syrian crisis thanks to Iran-Russia-Turkey cooperation.

They also covered a controversial ICT conference, ‘Iran Connect’, due to be held in Tehran. There were reports that Iranian individuals whose names are in the international sanctions list are not allowed to participate.

The remarks about the positive and negative results of JCPOA have also remained a top story.

The above issues as well as many more are covered in the following headlines:

 

Abrar:

1- Iraqi Forces Tighten Siege on ISIS Terrorists in Mosul

2- American Officials Continue Criticizing Payment of $400m to Iran

3- ISIS Explodes 25 Iraqis


 

Aftab-e Yazd:

1- What Happened after JCPOA? Rouhani Answers:

  • Medical Equipment Bought 90% Cheaper than Before
  • 45% Decrease in Expenses of Some Oil Services
  • Permanent Military Sanctions Changed into Temporary Sanctions
  • $5bn Foreign Investment Started in Iran
  • 17 UNSC and IAEA Resolutions Annulled in 1 Day
  • Low-Quality Medicine Used to Be Imported Before JCPOA
  • Iran Now Has Wheat Reserves for 700 Days [it used to be enough for only 18 days]

2- Iranian Cheetah Covered by Insurance: Wildlife in Line of Insurance


 

Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Trump’s Unethical Behaviour Is to Iran’s Favour: Analyst

2- Secrets behind Visit of Putin’s Representative to Tehran: Iran-Turkey-Russia Axis to Be Formed about Syria


 

Asrar:

1- Parliament and Guardian Council Agree on Amending Law of Elections

2- Boeing’s 9-Member Delegation Visits Iran

3- Jordanian King: We Won’t Let Al Aqsa Mosque’s Division

4- Bogdanov’s Mission in Tehran: Deciding on Iran and Russia’s Regional Strategy


 

Ebtekar:

1- Ankara’s Offer, Negotiation in Tehran: Turkey Has Shown Flexibility by Offering a 3-Stage Plan for Syrian Crisis


 

Etemad:

1- Empty Silos Filled with Wheat

2- Haddad Adel [conservative]: I’m Ready to Negotiate with Aref [reformist] about Commonalities of Conservatism and Reformism


 

Ettela’at:

1- 20 Killed and Wounded in Saudi Airstrike on MSF Hospital in Yemen

2- 155 Industrial and Mining Projects to Be Inaugurated in a Few Days

3- No One Allowed to Sow Seeds of Frustration in Iran: Rouhani

4- There Are 300,000 Houses without Any Resident in Tehran


 

Emtiaz:

1- 8 Drug Addicts Die in Iran Each Day

2- Smuggled Cosmetics Contain Lead

3- We Won’t Give Licence to BBC Persian: Culture Minister

4- Gypsy Kings’ Concert Held in Tehran with Huge Number of Audiences Warmly Receiving the Spanish Band


 

Haft-e Sobh:

1- Midnight Nightmare: 3 Killed in Horrible Car Accident in Tehran; Police: Municipality Is 50% Guilty in Accident

2- Modern Pharmacies Declare War on Traditional Ones: Disputes Have Once Again Raged between Fans of Traditional and Modern Medicine in Past Month


 

Iran:

1- Genius Wrestler’s Sad Farewell to Olympics: History Will Never Forget Hamid Sourian

2- Iran’s Oil Exports Hit 2.2m Barrels per Day


 

Javan:

1- British Rule in Heart of Tehran; British Charge d’affaires Want to Implement Law of Sanctions in a Conference in Tehran and Prevent Participation of Iranian Sanctioned Companies!

2- Export of Oil for Free, the Great Achievement of JCPOA: Only 2% of Oil Exports’ Money Paid to Iran

3- English Language Should Not Be Promoted as Something beyond an “Instrument”: Analyst

4- Scenario of November 7 Election Fraud Becomes More Serious: Trump Urges Int’l Observers to Prevent Election Fraud in the US

5- Lifting the House Arrest of Opposition Leaders Is Off the Table: Former Vice-Speaker


 

Jomhouri Eslami:

1- Tehran, Centre of Dialogues for Final Resolution of Syria Crisis

2- Turkish PM: It’s Time to Improve Ties with Syria

3- Iran to Form Energy Consortium against the US


 

Ka’enat:

1- We’ve Not Asked for Foreigner’s Help, and We Won’t Do So: Rouhani

2- Turkey’s Investment in Iran’s Power Plant Sector


 

Kayhan:

1- Do People’s Pockets [the money they can spend] Confirm the Official Statistics?

2- Canadian Analyst Eric Walberg: If West Wants Security, It Should Stop Supporting ISIS

3- Israel: ISIS Isn’t Dangerous, Hezbollah Is More Powerful than a Number of NATO Members

4- Erdogan Turns to Assad: Turkish PM Says It’s Time for Reconciliation with Syria


 

Khorasan:

1- The Day Iran Smiled: August 16, the Anniversary of Return of War Prisoners to Iran

2- Disputes over Transfer of Telegram’s Servers to Iran

3- Rouhani: We Were Looking for Removal of Sanction Bases, Not the Sanctions per se

4- Surge of Tehran-Moscow-Ankara Talks on Syria


 

Resalat:

1- Iran’s Judiciary Official: We Should Be Waiting for “Very Great” Anti-Iran Sanctions by the US

  • JCPOA Is Not Terminated; It’s Moving forward Based on US Fact Sheet
  • Foreign Ministry to Have a Hard Time for Suing the US
  • What Americans Implemented Was a Small Percentage of Their Commitments

2- Parliament Speaker: Submissiveness Is Fading Out in Region

3- Justice Minister: There Are 50m Bank Accounts with Unknown Identities


 

Rooyesh-e Mellat:

1- 250 Expatriate Iranian Scientific Elites Returned to Iran

2- Iran a Safe Crossing for World Trade

3- Negative Population Growth in Tehran


 

Shahrvand:

1- Rays of Hope for Peace in Syria: Political Moves of Iran, Turkey and Russia Promise End of Crisis in Middle East

2- Health Ministry: 65% of Those Suffering from HIV Are Drug Addicts


 

Sobh-e Now:

1- Foreigners in Iran’s Privacy: How Much Can One Trust Coach Surfing?

2- We’re the Only Non-European Country that Possesses Philosophy: Academic


 

Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- British Embassy Decides for Iran? ‘Iran Connect’ Conference in Tehran’s Espinas Palace Hotel: Iranian Individuals in List of Sanctions Now Allowed to Participate

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