The rejection by the Iranian Foreign Ministry of an Associated Press report that Iran and the United States have already clinched a nuclear deal dominated the front pages of several newspapers on Sunday. News that the Guardian Council has found a parliamentary act on promotion of virtue unconstitutional also appeared on many front pages.
Abrar-e Eghtesadi: The Pakistani oil minister has said Islamabad badly needs Iran’s natural gas.
Afarinesh: “Iran will soon celebrate its victory in nuclear talks,” said the director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.
Afarinesh: The Iranian Foreign Ministry has rejected an AP report that Tehran and Washington have already clinched a nuclear deal.
Aftab-e Yazd: “A plot by IS to highjack an Iranian plane has been foiled,” said a commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps.
Aftab-e Yazd: The Guardian Council has found parliament’s Support for Promoters of Virtue Act unconstitutional.
Aftab-e Yazd: “The previous government dealt a blow of historic proportions to the nation,” said Isa Kalantari, a former minister of agriculture.
Asrar: “The Central Bank won’t allow a repeat of fluctuations in the value of foreign currencies,” said the governor of the Central Bank of Iran.
Asrar: “We will prove in the upcoming parliamentary elections that reformists speak with one voice,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a former vice president under Mohammad Khatami.
Asrar: Farimah Farjami [a once-famous Iranian actress] has decided to return to the big screen after being on the sidelines for 11 years.
Emtiaz: Each year as many as 600,000 people are sent to prisons across the country.
Etemad: There are speculations that Saeed Jalili might want to run for parliament in Qom constituency.
Ettela’at: According to a decision by the Expediency Council, candidates need an absolute majority in the first round and a simple majority in the second to win seats in the Islamic Consultative Assembly.
Ettela’at: A plot to assassinate a nuclear scientist has been foiled.
Hambastegi: “National occasions should not be used to attack a certain political group,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a member of the Expediency Council.
Hamshahri: Tehran’s air is pollution-free for the first time in two weeks.
Hemayat: A member of Tehran City Council said the damage the capital suffered during the sedition of 2009 [unrest in the wake of the presidential election] amounted to $100 billion.
Hemayat: The spokesman of the Guardian Council has said those who played a role in the sedition of 2009 cannot run for elected office.
Jahan-e Sanat: Migratory birds are being massacred by poachers in Mazandaran Province.
Jomhouri Islami: Iran is among the top six builders of power plants in the world.
Jomhouri Islami: Tehran is to play host to an Islamic gathering to investigate the root causes of extremism.
Kaenat: The Central Bank is to punish banks that do not comply with banking regulations. A number of managers have been sacked.
Kayhan: Scientific production dropped in Iran dramatically in 2014.
Kayhan: Senior Iraqi Shiite cleric Ayatollah Sistani has called for the immediate punishment of those behind the assassination of Sunni scholars in the country.
Mardom-e Emrooz: “The reservoirs of dams across Iran are only 41 percent full,” said the energy minister.
Mardom-e Emrooz: “In the 2009 [presidential] elections some members of the Guardian Council went beyond being simply an objective judge,” said Mohsen Esmaili, a jurist with a seat on the oversight council.
Resalat: “The Interior Ministry won’t issue permits for establishment of a party if the Intelligence Ministry does not approve of the credentials of its members,” said the interior minister.