A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Feb 7

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.


1- President urges initiation of JCPOA 2 for Iran development

2- Leader advisor describes restriction of car imports as illogical to save domestic production

3- 104 Saudi mercenaries killed by Yemenis rocket attacks

Units of the Yemeni army and Popular Committees fired Tochka-type ballistic missile at an assembly point of the Saudi-led coalition forces at Mass military camp in Marib.






1- IRGC Chief says Iran has no policy of sending troops to Syria

2- Bank Ansar opens first top Islamic banking branch




Abrar-e Eqtesadi:

1- Iran to dump dollar in trade

2- €50m guarantee for exporters of goods to Iran

3- Iran, Peugeot deal confidential: Minister of Industry




Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Nothing has changed for reformists despite 1,500 more candidates are qualified for elections

2- Total, Eni line up to buy crude oil from Iran





Rouhani foreign policy much the same as Khatami’s policy of détente: analyst




Arman-e Emrouz:

1- MP: Everyone must be free to speak

2- Over 51% of hopefuls qualified

Only 147 parliament hopefuls have been disqualified by the vetting body.





1- Rouhani: Iran starts rapid move toward development

2- 300kb/d of oil destined to Europe: Petroleum Minister

3- Iran brings 1,351 fossils belonging to 8 million years ago from US

4-  Syria FM: Foreign troops entering Syria would return ‘in coffins’

5- Official warns Saudis against major regional war





1- 1500 candidates added to qualified hopefuls

2- Mashad-Karabala railroad link

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said the country is working on a railroad to connect country’s railway network to Iraqi railway at southern Iraqi city of Basra, hoping that citizens living in the northeastern city of Mashhad would be able to make a pilgrimage to Iraq’s holy city of Karbala by train next year.

3- Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani: Nation decides to hold vibrant election





Iranian Customs Department seizes ISIS guillotine cargo





1- IRGC Chief to Riyadh: Sending troops to Syria is death blow to Saudi regime

2- Mohammad Javad Larijani: Powerful Iran, painful to US, West





1- Devastating earthquake shakes Thailand

2- Siege of Aleppo; Raqqa by the Syrian Army




Jame Jam:

1- For me, red carpet is [religiously] forbidden: Hatamikia at Fajr Film Festival

Ebrahim Hatamikia is a celebrated director in Iranian cinema.

2- Terrorists have their last breath in Aleppo





All political parties enjoy full-member lists as 1,500 newly qualified hopefuls added to candidates’ list




Jomhouri Islami:

1- UN Chief hits Saudi crimes in Yemen

2- Rafsanjani: Nation poised to stage glorious Bahman 22 rallies





1- Airbus says will stop delivery of planes to Iran if US says so

2- 20 contenders for every parliament seat; number of qualified hopefuls breaks record





1- Russia to Saudi Regime: Have you won anything in Yemen to start invading Syria?

2- Ban Ki-Moon: Saudis strike Yemen indiscriminately




Rooyesh Mellat:

Iran links first electric train to airport




Setareh Sobh:

1- Leader hugs son of martyred defender of Haram (holy shrine)

2- 6,200: Number of candidates





Insurance for marriage




Siasat-e Rooz:

1- Embraced by “Father”

2- Stock exchange index rises

3-Yemeni snipers cripple Saudi forces


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