A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on March 14

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 21 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.


1. No visa needed for Iranian visitors to Georgia

2. Leader hosts mourning ceremony for Hazrat Zahra

3. Rouhani frowns on myopic commentators who overlook administration’s achievements



Abrar Eqtesadi:

1. Ahmadinejad’s heavy economic toll on the administration

2. UK in talks with EU partners to lift Iran banking sanctions

3. NIOC issues $1.5bn bonds





1. West contradicts itself in deeds and words in fighting terrorism: Rafsanjani

2. Aref: We seek a majority of seats in Parliament

3. Israeli identity for Arab League: Analyst

4. Iran election results signal co-operation, negotiation with world: Zarif

5. VP: Government poised to bring economy back on track

6. The huge amount of smuggled goods is shameful: Cleric





1. Putin’s efforts bear fruit

2. $70/b suitable price for oil: Iran’s Zangeneh

3. Saudis’ back broken: Zarif





1. Araqchi: The other side has fulfilled the JCPOA commitments



Arman-e Emrouz:

1. Rafsanjani downplays calls on people to choose ascetic lifestyles

“Those who call on the people to live an ascetic life themselves lead various lifestyles,” said the cleric.

2. 5-year sentence for cracker dealers




1. Sports awaiting sensible policies: Report

A report about the administration’s policies for promoting sport in the country

2. Zarif: Saudis sought to break Iran’s back, but had their own broken instead




1. Billions of dollars of foreign investments flowing into Iran

2. Rouhani: Holy shrines are redlines for Islamic Republic

3. Funerals for 111 Sacred Defense martyrs held in 17 provinces

4. Terrorists shell Shia cities in Syria

5. Iran seeking no adventures: Gen. Soleimani




1. Rouhani shifts tactics: Report

How Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has changed his tone since the February 26 elections.

2. Faction of Hope officially formed in Parliament




1. Oil price slump was year’s saddest event: Oil Minister Zangeneh

2. After 18 months: Reason for Iran 140 plane crash announced

3. Iran and Benz to sign deal next year

4. 1,700 Health teams to assist New Year travellers




1. Ahmad Shahid’s “watery, inadmissible” report about human rights in Iran

The Secretary of Human Rights Headquarters in Iran reacted to a recent report by Ahmad Shahid on human rights in Iran.




1. Hezbollah’s Terrorist  Label due to Saudi bribe

The Arab League Secretary-General is alleged to have received a $9m bribe from Saudi Arabia to blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.

2. American democracy

A rally for Trump turned into a boxing ring

3. Zarif: Oil broke Saudi’s back instead of Iran’s

4. Judiciary issues new blood money tariff




1. JCPOA outcome not yet measurable for economists

2. US uses UNSC as a stick [against Iran]




1. Railing imports harms domestic production by $2bn

2. Obama advisor: US aimed at controlling Iran, not improving relations, in deal

3. US directly involved in Yemen War: Human rights whistleblower





1. Rouhani: Think of nation and country instead of factions or parties

2. Proposal for raising pensioners’ salaries

3. Iran to become self-sufficient in gasoline production next year: Zangeneh



Payam Zaman:

1. VP calls on private sector to act as pivot in economy

2. Mogherini to visit Tehran in April

3. Jordan’s king threatens Syria with military attack




1. Preparations for next presidential election by August 2016: Interior minister

2. Cleric calls for observing the law of “enjoining good and forbidding wrong”

3. Iran’s missiles can bring big powers to the negotiating table: Araqchi



Rooyesh Mellat:

1. No alternative plan for Syria: De Mistura

2. Forex rate cannot be unified by order: VP




1. Iranian missiles tabled at UNSC



Saheb Ghalam:

1. Ban on wheat imports to be lifted next year

2. Enemy plots will not be carried out in the region: Velayati

3. New housing loans to pay for half of house price




1. Series of meetings between Iran, EU; London, Geneva, Zurich

2. Economic priorities for the New Year: Report



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