A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Feb 28

Iran Newspaper front pages

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

Abrar-e Eqtesadi:

1.  Switzerland to promote Iranian banks’ standards

2.  Paris says ready to boost economic, industrial ties with Tehran

 

Abrar-eghtesadi


 

Asia:

1.  Iran president, 400-member delegation invited to visit Switzerland

2.  Iran opens automaking show

3.  Tehran hosts world’s major car makers

 

Asia


 

Afkar:

1.  Switzerland backs Iran to join WTO

2.  IAEA report confirms Iran committed to JCPOA

3.  CBI head: no limits for publishing fresh bills

 

Afkar


 

Asrar:

1.  Parliament Speaker: Iran not seeking childish regional rivalries

2.  Switzerland center of peace, friendship, cooperation: Leader

3.  IAEA: Iran complying with nuclear deal

4.  Hashemi, Rouhani lead Assembly of Experts votes

5.  EU Foreign Policy Chief Wishes the Best for Iranian People

6.  Trump: I am Israel’s best friend

 

Asrar


 

Aftab-e Yazd:

1.  Breeze of victory

Reformist admin’s veep leads parliament election; Ahmadinejad’s veep ranked 48th in election

 

Aftab-e-yazd


 

Arman-e Emrouz:

1.  Hashemi leads Assembly of Experts candidates

2.  List of hope wins in Tehran

 

Arman


 

Ebtekar:

1.  Nation picked both lists

Most of the votes throughout the country were shared among Principlists while Reformists were set for a landslide victory in the capital.

The daily put the list of winning candidates on its front page.

2.  Leader: Interests of certain EU countries are in belligerence, fueling hostilities

 

Ebtekar


 

Ettela’at:

1.  Leader endorses enhanced Tehran-Bern ties

2.  Latest on vote counting

3.  Hezbollah: Lebanon will never become Saudi Emirate

4.  Leader’s chief of office visits Ayatollah Tabasi in hospital

5.  President Rouhani hails nation’s big election turnout

6.  Veteran Director Salahshour dies

 

Ettelaat


 

Etemad:

1.  Parliament’s house cleansing

2.  Hashemi, Rouhani lead Assembly of Experts hopefuls

3.  Reformists win 96 seats; principalists 91 seats, intendent candidates 25 seats, 52 seats waiting for runoff elections; 13 women candidates win in parliament election

4.  Time for unity, interaction following elections: Rafsanjani

 

Etemad


 

Emtiaz:

1.  Half of Iranians obese

2.  Police discovers massive money laundering case in Fars

3.  Veteran Artist Amin Tarokh receives first degree medal of art

4.  Iran introduces 20 top brands in clothing

 

Emtiaz


 

Iran:

1.  Rouhani:  Iranian, Swiss banks relations will be serious measure to enhance mutual ties

2.  Islamic Establishment, Leader, nation winners: Rouhani

3.  Servants of moderation win landslide victory

 

Iran


 

Payam-e Zaman:

1.  Business environment not favorable: Parliament Research Center

Exodus of capital from industrial sector

2.  Rouhani: Election turnout extraordinary

3.  Iran exported crude oil price breaks record

 

Payam


 

Jomhouri Eslami:

1.  CBI nods IRR1,000m housing loans

2.  Aref, Motahhari, Mahjoub lead election candidates

3.  IAEA: Iran nuclear program in line with JCPOA

 

Jomhouri


 

Javan:

1.  Parliament remains revolutionary

Counting votes is 70% complete and the majority of winners are principalist candidates.

2.  Parliament remains principalist to compel admin to stick to endogenic economy

3.  $1bn smuggled gums in Iran

 

Javan


 

Hemayat:

1.  60% turnout in Iran elections: Interior Minister

2.  “Maximum election turnout disrupted enemy equations”

3.  Report: Tax evasion prevents materialization of resistive economy

4.  Iran localizes 20 key space systems technologies

 

Hemayat


 

Rah-e Mardom:

Leader to Swiss President: Swiss traders can promote unbalanced mutual trade by investing in Iran

 

Rah-e-mardom


 

Resalat:

West bows before religious democracy

 

Resalat


 

Rooyesh Mellat:

1.  Russia says Turkey should pay compensation

2.  Nearly 70 votes cast in ballot boxes: Interior Minister

3.  Knee joint transplant 80% successful in Iran

 

Rooyesh


 

Kayhan:

1.  Principalists win majority of votes across Iran

In Tehran, reformists lead.

2.  Bloomberg: No Swift opening for Iran; Tehran sells oil for goods

 

Kayhan

 

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