Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani’s support for nuclear talks dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday. Continued Saudi airstrikes in Yemen were also in the news.
Abrar: Five MPs have sent a letter to the parliament speaker calling for a speedier judicial investigation into a report on the workings of the Social Security Organization.
Afarinesh: Iran hosts West Asian Robocup.
More than 345 local and foreign teams are competing in the robotic competition.
Aftab-e Yazd: The suspicious death of an uncle of Hadi Saei [a two-time Olympic taekwondo gold medalist]
Asia: A train full of American and European tourists will cross the border into Iran on Thursday.
Ebtekar: “Iran’s neighbors are miscalculating in opposing the nuclear understanding,” said Chairman of the Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.
Emtiaz: Branko Ivankovic has been named head coach of Tehran’s Persepolis Football Club.
Ettela’at: Senior Shiite clerics have underlined public support for the government as it tries to secure the lofty goals of the establishment.
Ettela’at: A special commission has been set up to counter a wave of farmland destruction.
Ettela’at: “Government is determined to crack down on corruption,” said President Rouhani.
Speaking at a meeting with Judiciary officials, the president also said the Judiciary shoulders a heavy responsibility in the fight against corruption.
Iran: “Parliament supports nuclear talks,” said Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.
Jomhouri Islami: Global petrochemical giants have lined up to return to Iran.
Kayhan: Being upbeat about the deal will render the enemy greedier.
Resalat: “The Saudi offensive against Yemen has taken aim at the Muslim community,” said Ali Larijani.
Rooyesh-e Mellat: The president’s chief of staff has presented reports to senior clerics on the latest in nuclear talks.
Taadol: The Turkish president is expected in Tehran on Tuesday.