A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on April 3

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 26 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.


  1. Iran Exceeds Commitments in Implementing Nuclear Deal – IAEA Chief
  2. Parliament Speaker: West’s adventurism on Iran missile program lacks legal basis
  3. Obama says U.S. and allies helping Iran benefit from nuclear deal
  4. ISIS plans to use drones armed with dirty bombs to attack the West: Cameron warns
  5. Court to issue billionaire Babak Zanjani’s 230-page ruling on Monday
  6. Efforts underway to prevent terrorists accessing nuclear arms





  1. Iran to stop cash subsidy handouts to 24m in new calendar year
  2. Parliament speaker endorses Rouhani’s decision to cancel Austria visit
  3. Mousavian: Iran committed to nuclear deal; US dishonours the deal
  4. Fighting erupts in Nagorno-Karabakh, dozens of casualties reported
  5. Health minister: Only 20% of people’s health depends on Health Ministry
  6. Obama says he will facilitate trade, banking access for Iran




Arman-e Emrouz:

  1. Unprecedented developments in Iran-US relations

Hossein Mousavian speaks about the impacts of the nuclear deal on Tehran-Washington relations.

  1. Gov’t considers halting cash subsidies to 24m
  2. Little Bahrain puts Iran down

The diatribe comes as US Secretary of State pays a visit to the Persian Gulf country.

  1. Staunch Ahmadinejad aide creates media hype

Ahmadinejad’s minister: I voted for Rouhani

  1. Iran Exceeds Commitments in Implementing Nuclear Deal – IAEA Chief
  2. ISIS guerillas will attack Europe: Expert
  3. Will Zarrab reveal mysteries in Zanjani’s file?

Reza Zarrab, a mogul who is alleged to have been close to arrested billionaire Babak Zanajani, has now been arrested by US police for bypassing Iran’s sanctions.





  1. Details of a cancellation

A report about the details that led to the cancellation of the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Austria

  1. Fighting erupts between Armenia and Azerbaijan after 22-year truce
  2. Iranian foreign trade balance positive





  1. Iran to drop the rich from receiving subsidies
  2. Iran needs to realize a productive domestic economy: Speaker
  3. Armenia, Azerbaijan open fire in border regions over Karabakh
  4. Health minister visits veteran producer Kiarostami in hospital





  1. Behind curtains of unmade visit

A report about the various reasons why Iranian President Hassan Rouhani decided to cancel his visit to Austria

  1. Old Karabakh wound reopens

At least 30 soldiers have been killed in fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, officials of both countries said, each blaming the other for violence, reported Al-jazeera.

  1. Reformist figure: Administration enjoys 70% of next Parliament’s support





  1. Iran to hold 22nd Farabi Annual Seminar
  2. Unprecedented rise in Iranian trade
  3. Bahraini FM says Persian Gulf States ready to confront Iran

Bahrain’s foreign minister said on Friday that Persian Gulf states were prepared to confront Iran over its foreign policy, and that Tehran should drop its support for Middle East factions.






  1. Alarming growth of obesity in Iran
  2. 1.5bn litres of petrol turned to smoke in Nowruz
  3. Iran submits proposal to register polo in UNESCO





  1. Iran trade balance positive for first time in 37 years
  2. Rouhani calls for special focus on cyberspace
  3. War bell tolls in Karabakh
  4. Iran eyes oil exports at 2mbd






  1. No wheat imports needed this year: Minister
  2. Obama: Deal’s spirit requires Iran to change its attitude
  3. ISIS plans to attack big cities with dirty bombs
  4. Mystery behind the significance of Namazi for US intelligence services
  5. Azerbaijan, Armenia conflict kills 100 soldiers
  6. VOA: Iranian nation deeply trust Islamic Republic




Payam Zaman:

  1. Taxes to be levied on vacant houses

Housing sector readies for exit from recession

  1. Russia accuses Turkey of smuggling weapons to ISIS

Russia’s UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said in a letter to the UN Security Council circulated on Friday that Turkey is the main supplier of weapons and ammunition to ISIS fighters. He said that the transfers are overseen by the country’s National Intelligence Organization and are delivered mainly by vehicles, “including as part of humanitarian convoys.”

  1. Iran not to freeze oil output: Zangeneh
  2. Plans under way to develop Phase 11 of South Pars





  1. American failure to keep vows
  2. Foreign trade in reverse gear




Jomhouri Islami:

  1. Iran inks 15 oil deals with foreign firms
  2. US Treasury Warns Sanctions ‘Overreach’ Will Lower Dollar’s Status
  3. Raialyoum: Riyadh loses oil war to Iran
  4. UK premier warns of potential ISIS use of dirty arms
  5. Turkish fighters shell Northern Iraq
  6. Ansarallah calls on Yemeni factions to join national unity government
  7. Over 300 killed in Nowruz trips
  8. Hamas captures 4 Israeli militants





  1. US moving from letters to spirit

“Iran so far has followed the letter of the agreement, but the spirit of the agreement involves Iran also sending signals to the world community and businesses that it is not going to be engaging in a range of provocative actions that are going to scare businesses off,” Obama said at a press conference.

  1. Silent death in suburban restaurants
  2. Not promoting missile defense might contradict Constitution: Political activists
  3. Theatres open round-the-clock during Nowruz






  1. Obama: Iran must change its attitude
  2. Supervision not enough on banking, monetary systems
  3. Organs must bolster legal divisions: Justice official
  4. Head of General Inspection: Car company required to hand over 6,000 registered cars [to customers]
  5. Administration to exclude 24m from cash handout receivers
  6. Lavrov calls on UNSC to block terrorist access to Turkey
  7. The fat consume 13% of GDP





  1. The Obama tit-for-tat

US president displays a new interpretation of Iran-US relations regarding the nuclear deal

  1. Reza Zarrab transferred to New York for proceedings
  2. Iran in talks with Turkmenistan for importing 50ml of water to Mashhad




Rah-e Mardom:

  1. Report: Resistive Economy, as highlighted by Leader






  1. Americans use rear window to enter Iran [instead of the door]
  2. Tension mounts in Karabakh
  3. History of censorship in US cinema
  4. US not to allow dollar trade with Iran: Obama
  5. Cleric warns of enemy’s all-out war on Islamic system, religion





  1. US, China endorse nuclear deal
  2. JCPOA achievements: Viewpoint




Rooyesh Mellat:

  1. Traders get state currency in 72 hours: CBI
  2. Administration fulfilled last year’s tasks: spokesman





  1. Reformists’ 2nd leap
  2. End of Ahmadinejad’s creation





  1. Zanjani money with Zarrab: official
  2. Performance of Red Crescent forces shines in Nowruz




Saheb Ghalam:

  1. No more queues for buying foreign currency
  2. Mines are untapped ground for realizing resistive economy policies
  3. Representatives of 500 oil and petrochemical firms heading to Tehran




Vaghayeh Ettefaghiyeh:

  1. Secret US-Russia deal

Yemen left for Saudi Arabia, Syria for Russia, Lebanon for Iran, Iraq for US, Turkey remains empty-handed

  1. China is good example for US ties with Iran
  2. Expert: Current admin set record in curbing inflation





Obama to American firms: No risks in dealing with Iran




Abrar Eqtesadi:

  1. Iran initiates agenda to stop recession in housing sector
  2. Iran to hold first tender to develop oilfields in April
  3. Austria offers insurance coverage for Austrian investors in Iran
  4. No risks in Iran dealings: Obama