IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iran newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 21 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
1- Iran, Egypt restore oil trade
2- Spain talks to buy Iran oil
3- After Japan, Chinese tankers allowed in Iranian terminals
1- Iran, UK ink first electricity deal
2- Post-sanctions transaction costs 10% lower
1- Parliament bonuses for political offenders
2- Iran says mulling direct flights to US
1- Majlis Speaker: Doors of diplomacy still open for Saudi Arabia
2- All political factions loyal to establishment: Rafsanjani
Popular parliament, wise administration led by diligent leader, promote Iran to its original status in history: Rafsanjani
3- US opposition to Tehran joining WTO denied
1- Leader to IRGC Navy: Your action was courageous, timely
2- Rouhani’s Euro tour
An analysis of the Rouhani administration’s diplomatic interactions in the wake of the sanctions removal
1- Syrian army topples last terrorist trench in Latakia
2- Ayatollah Khamenei hails IRGC’s arrest of trespassing US sailors
1- Saudi embassy “chief attacker” captured
Iranian judiciary said Sunday that around 100 suspects, including the person who provoked the attackers to ransack the Saudi embassy in Tehran earlier this month, are arrested.
2- Europe opens arms to receive Rouhani; 1st state visit of President Rouhani to Italy, France
3- Aviation industry giants on Tehran mission; First Boeing arrived to Tehran on Jan 24, 1969; now aviation giants have arrived to the city the same day in 2016.
Babak Zanjani in the first castle
The removal of banking restrictions on Iran finalized the fate of IRR 100 billion of lost money in oil deal with billionaire debtor to Iran’s petroleum industry.
1- Judiciary: legal guarantees needed in oil deals
Around 100 suspects associated with the Saudi embassy attack in Tehran earlier this month have been arrested.
2- What was the primal message of John Kerry’s assertions in a meeting with Adel al-Jubeir ?
US green light to Saudi Arabia to continue Yemeni people’s massacre
1- Foreign tankers sail back to Iran
2- 85 million Americans trapped in snow, blizzard
1- Medicine giants eye Iran unofficial market
Temptations of Iran’s 80-million people market for world’s major pharmaceutical companies
2- Rafsanjani: Nation wholehearted in Leader’s support
1- Latest economic developments after sanctions’ removal:
Plans for buying 114 new passenger planes; return of foreign tankers
2- Iraqi figures, political communities call for Saudi envoy’s ouster
– New record set in Iran stock market
Stockholders are optimistic about the market’s recovery in the post-sanctions setting and arrival of fresh finances in the country.
1- Analysis: Prudence in post-sanctions economy; boosts in domestic production or tsunami of imports?
The Rouhani administration is dubbed as the administration of prudence and hope, which has been used by Kayhan in its article’s title.
2- 75% Iran household appliances captured by foreigners
1- IRIB head: US maintains smart sanctions
Mohammad Sarafraz, head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), said the US has officially allocated budgets for toppling Iran’s Islamic establishment.
“The real extremist is one who lays no hope on national strength and trusts the US.”
2- Cmdr: Kerry begged freedom of US marines
– Italy: Iran plays important role in int’l relations
1- Iran, Russia sign oil deal
2- Mohsen Rezaei: Iran, China to joint efforts to combat regional insecurity
3- Rouhani to visiting Thai FM: Conditions suitable for boosting Tehran, Bangkok ties
– What came to $5.3b debts of Emirates
Removal of sanctions; game of oil debtors
– A red carpet beneath Iran’s feet
A report on Iranian president’s first state visit to Europe after a decade
1- Obama sells Saudi Arabia to Iran
Riyadh fumes with regards to US stance in Iran-Saudi tensions.
2- Italian chevaliers ridding Iran’s horse of economy
“I greyed in Iran football”: Coach Carlos Queiroz