A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on March 12

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 18 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.


  1. ISIL, Tunisia continue fierce border clashes
  2. UN reaction to recent Iran missile test
  3. Araqchi: No miracles expected by JCPOA
  4. American figure expounds on Kerry-Zarif phone conversation
  5. UK eyes bolstered trade ties with Iran
  6. ISIL on the path to dissolution
  7. Japanese banks coming to Iran




  1.  Saudi Arabia needs to share regions with Iran: Obama
  2. Nation did great; now its officials’ turn: Leader



Arman-e Emrouz:

  1. Ex-President readies for presidential campaign

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is said to be preparing for the upcoming presidential election in 2017 in Iran.

  1. Cleric: Last admin left bad [economi] legacy
  2. Three captured for oil rig case
  3. Leader hail’s nation for election turnout, calls on officials to take turns




  1. All options on reformists’ table

A report about plans considered by the reformist front in the next Iranian parliament

  1. Leader offers advice for selecting next leader
  2. No miracles expected in JCPOA: Araqchi






  1. Saudi Arabia must learn to share Mideast with Iran
  2. Nation displayed their trust to establishment through high election turnout: Leader
  3. Saudi stance against Hezbollah stems from Iran nuclear talks: Hezbollah figure
  4. Iran adds 180 modern ambulances to road relief fleet






  1. Iran launches two dams to address water shortage in western regions
  2. Iran adopts fresh strategy in foreign trade
  3. Iran eyes 5.8% economic growth next year
  4. Obama calls on Saudi Arabia to recognize Iran’s role in Mideast
  5. Iran missile test no violation of UNSC resolution
  6. New horizons before Lake Urmia



Payam Zaman:

  1. Zarif: Terrorism, global threat; Iranian people oppose aggression
  2. Three priorities in cooperation with Lufthansa
  3. Plans to reopen idle industrial units [in Iran]
  4. Iran monitors alien activities in Persian Gulf



Jomhouri Islami:

  1. Int’l bodies expect economic growth in Iran next year
  2. UN condemns human rights violation in Saudi Arabia
  3. New Arab League Sec. Gen. Israeli
  4. Iran launches biggest dam, power plant in western regions




  1. Nothing gained from foreign delegations yet: Leader

Enemy has located 10 ways to influence Iran: Leader

Leader hails modest reaction of election losers and compares it with the post-presidential election unrest in Iran in 2009




  1. Leader calls on Assembly of Experts to remain revolutionary
  2. Obama accuses Iran of involvement in state terrorism



Rah-e Mardom:

  1. Experts outline economic prosperity for next year
  2. Bank Pasargad supports knowledge, arts, sciences, thinking and culture: Cleric




  1. Ahmadinejad’s uproarious return to politics

Attack on Rouhani aimed at presidential office

  1. Reformists’ promise for women’s share in parliament fulfilled: Woman activist
  2. Leader calls for refraining from formalities while selecting next leader



Rooyesh Mellat:

  1. Election turnout, threat to enemies of Islam: Friday prayer imam
  2. Araqchi: No miracles expected by JCPOA




  1. They thought by looking like a winner at podium does everything: Ahmadinejad
  2. Analyst: Saudi Arabia committing political suicide
  3. Russians re-renege on S300 delivery




  1. Nahavandian: Leader, nation seek practical materialization of agreements’ outcome




  1. Leader: Result of talks, business delegations must be seen on ground on paper
  2. Iran ordered to pay $10.5 billion for 9/11 by US judge

A US judge ordered Iran to pay over $10 billion in damages to families of victims who died on September 11, 2001 – even though there is no evidence of Tehran’s direct connection to the attack. The same judge earlier cleared Saudi Arabia from culpability.

  1. Analysis: How CIA agent planned academic infiltration in Iran




  1. All frozen assets unblocked
  2. GE seeks oil, gas trade with Iran



Abrar Eqtesadi:

  1. EU seeks trade pact with Iran
  2. World Bank estimates raise Iran economic growth 3.8%

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