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A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

President Rouhani’s comments in Kurdistan on a wide range of issues, including the nuclear deal his administration has struck with six world powers and the priorities of his government, as well as photos of the Supreme Leader meeting with Basiji Olympian medal winners dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday.

 

Ettela’at: “The world bowed its head in the face of Iranian glory,” President Rouhani told locals in Kurdistan Province.

“Creating jobs for the youth and the educated is the top priority of the country…. We are after creating an atmosphere of friendship and fraternity in the region,” the president further said.


 

Abrar: “Iran’s missile tests are not a violation of the Vienna deal,” said Iranian nuclear negotiator Abbas Araghchi.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27


 

Aftab-e Yazd: Iran is technically ready to launch direct flights to and from the US.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Arman-e Emrooz: “European investors can’t wait to return to Iranian markets,” Fereydun Majlesi, a political analyst, said an in exclusive interview with Arman-e Emrooz.

He further said Saudi Arabia cannot blame its problems on Iran.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Asrar: “Some with extremist beliefs [a reference to the former president and his hardline supporters] poured our national interests down the drain,” said Chairman of the Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.

Asrar: “Those who committed embezzlement, and not reformists, should be barred [from running for parliament],” said Mohsen Rahami, a reformist leader.

Asrar: The deputy health minister has said that all Iranians will have electronic health files.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Ebtekar: The governor of the Central Bank has said that some 8 million fraudulent bank accounts have been identified.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Emtiaz: A secretariat has been set up in Tehran to handle the case of street children.

Emtiaz: “A third wave of HIV/AIDS epidemics is on its way,” said the Iranian Health Ministry.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Etemad: “Scientific progress boosts the country’s authority,” said the Supreme Leader at a meeting with Basij members who have won medals in international scientific Olympiads.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Ghanoon: “French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius comes to Iran on a state visit, not as a suspect [in the case involving exports of tainted blood to Iran],” said Justice Minister Mostafa Pourmohammadi.

Ghanoon: Ahmadinejad has begun to file lawsuits against government officials.

Oil Minister Zanganeh, presidential advisor Akbar Torkan and Ashrafi Esfahani, who looks into administrative offenses within the government, have been threatened with lawsuit by the former president.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Kaenat: “Security in neighboring countries and the wider region is what Iran has always wanted,” Foreign Minister Zarif said.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Kayhan: Fabius, sanctions, HIV/AIDS and now the rollout of red carpet!

The daily says government’s decision to welcome the French foreign minister amounts to thumbing its nose at the public.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Rooyesh-e Mellat: President Rouhani has vowed to rid Iraq and the wider region of the scourge of terrorism.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 


 

Setareh Sobh: “Had it not been for the assistance of Iran, Erbil and Baghdad would have fallen [to IS terrorists],” said President Rouhani.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 27

 

 

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