The top story in many newspapers today was the ultimatum given by Iranian officials to the European Union over the deadline for offering their plan to save the Iran nuclear deal.
Several papers also covered the Sunday presidential and parliamentary elections held in Turkey, in which incumbent president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, hopes to secure another re-election in the most fiercely-fought polls in the country.
Also a top story was former president and reformist leader Seyyed Mohammad Khatami’s criticism of a letter by a group of reformist figures who called for direct and unconditional talks with the US. Khatami said such talks would be against the country’s national interests and destroy Iran’s dignity.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Iran Gives Europe an Ultimatum: Tehran Cannot Wait Any Longer
2- Rouhani Must Do Something for Creating Job Opportunities in One Month
1- Iran Nuclear Chief: It’s Not Possible to Save JCPOA If Iran’s Interests Not Secured
1- Ayatollah Hashemi Shahroudi: Trump’s Irrational Behaviours Discredited US More than Ever
1- Ramin Rezaeian: I Won’t Let Ronaldo Spend an Easy Day against Iran
1- Araqchi: JCPOA Parties Must Offer Their Package to Save the Deal by End of June
1- Iran Bans Import of over 1,400 Commodities
1- Erdogan’s Dreams vs. Challenge of Ballot Boxes: Most Decisive Turkey Elections Begin
1- Ex-President Khatami Criticizes Reformists’ Call for Negotiation with US
1- Europe Must Find Formula to Save JCPOA: Kharrazi
- Europeans Can Bypass US Sanctions
1- Half of Iran Grappling with Water Tension
1- Erdogan’s Duel with Opponents
- 56 Million Turks to Go to Polls in 180,000 Stations
1- Trump’s Reverse Decision
- TIME’s Cover Photo Makes Trump Take Back His Strange Immigration Decision
1- Queiroz: I Watched It for 500 Times, Our Goal against Spain Was Correct!
- Iran’s Head Coach Strongly Blasts Uruguayan Referee’s Performance
1- Special Working Group Formed to Counter Those Disrupting Forex, Gold, Car, House Markets
1- People’s Problems vs. Government’s Concerns!
- Insulting Wisdom of 80 Million Iranians
2- $2.7 Million Bottle Caps Imported Last Year!
1- Trezeguet: Iran to Have Easier Match against Portugal than It Had against Spain
1- Araqchi: I Can’t Understand Why Some Enjoy Return of Sanctions
1- White House’s Brutality Unveiled: UN Says US Measures Clear Example of Torture
1- Parliament Speaker: Expansion of Iran-Georgia Business Cooperation to Strengthen Ties
1- Iran Nuclear Chief in Oslo: It’s Not Possible to Save JCPOA While Re-Imposing Sanctions
1- Vahid Amiri: I Won’t Try to Nutmeg Ronaldo; We Just Want to Defeat Portugal
1- Speaker Controls 5% of Parliament’s Budget
1- Maariv: Bin Salman, Netanyahu Have Secretly Met in Jordan
2- Queiroz Warns about FIFA’s Possible Exertion of Power
- Iran Coach Worried about Policy of Keeping Stars in the World Cup ahead of Portugal Match