A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on May 27

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IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday, May 27, and picked headlines from 19 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Several papers today covered the remarks made by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani about the need for constructive engagement with the world.

Also a top story was the death of Nasser Malek-Motiei, a renowned Iranian actor whose career ended with the 1979 Revolution in Iran. He was 88 when he died in Tehran.

The US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and the ongoing efforts by the European countries to save the 2015 agreement also remained a top story today.

The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Why US Sanctions Not as Effective as They Used to Be


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Rouhani: It’s Wrong that Clerics Engage in Political Factions

2- Europe Once Again Supports Iran Nuclear Deal

  • French Foreign Ministry: We’re Seriously Committed to Our Pledges

3- Tehran Mayor Meets with President Rouhani

  • Government Will Stand by Municipality


Donya-ye Eqtesad:

1- Parliament’s Research Centre Advises Gov’t to Immediately Form Alternative Forex Market



1- Saudis Boycott Germany over Berlin’s Support for JCPOA



1- Saudi-led Coalition Suffers Heavy Defeat in Western Yemen

  • 120 Saudi Mercenaries Killed in Failed Operation

2- Tens of American Political Activists Ready to Testify for Iran in 9/11 Court

3- Syria to Chair International Disarmament Conference



1- Less than 2% of Contraband Goods Are Discovered: Official



1- Duel of Yankees: Congress Stands against US Military Invasion

  • Will Trump Obey Congress’ Vote?



1- Special Mission of Top Iranian Officials

  • Fight against Poverty, Unemployment, Budget Deficit, Banking Crisis



1- Rouhani: You Can’t Build Wall around the Country

  • Gov’t Focused on Constructive Engagement with World, Economic Calm, Helping Poor People


Jahan-e San’at:

1- Pace of Inflation Rate Growth Expedited: Gov’t Loses Control of Prices



1- What Benefits, Damages Iran Sanctions Have for World Economy

  • A Review of Other Countries’ Efforts to Take Advantage of Iran Sanctions

2- Crown Prince, Wounded Absentee: Bin Nayef Confirms Bin Salman Wounded


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- Putin: Trump Main Loser of JCPOA Withdrawal

  • World Reacts to Trump’s Unilateralism in St. Petersburg Economic Forum

2- Jeune Afrique Editor-in-Chief: US, Israel, Saudi Arabia New Axis of Evil

3- Yemen’s Ansarullah Launches Drone Attack on Saudi Airport



1- Iran’s Huge Economic Capacity Hostage of Government’s Excessive Focus on JCPOA

2- US Senator: Al Saud Committing Crime in Yemen Using American Weapons

3- American, British Sources Confirm Bin Salman Shot



1- Audit Court Issues Verdict against Oil Minister Zanganeh



1- Three Branches of Iran Establishment Unite against Economic Super-Challenges


Seda-ye Eslahat:

1- Senior Reformist: We Didn’t Want to Overthrow Establishment in 2009



1- Those Who Love Smoking Don’t Read Books

  • Iranian Families’ Cigarette Budget 55.5 Times More than Money Spent on Books

2- World Not Faithful to Nasser Malek-Motiei



1- Iran Ready for Worst Case Scenario: AEOI Spokesman


Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- US Concerned about Operation to Liberate Syria’s Daraa

  • Saudis to Deploy Their Mercenaries in Eastern Borders of Syria

2- Gov’t Refuses to Give Information to Committee Charged with Investigating Officials with Dual Nationality

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