A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on November 17

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IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, and picked headlines from 12 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Abrar Newspaper:
1- No Change in Iran’s Geographical Borders: Foreign Ministry


Afkar Newspaper:
1- Raisi: Nowhere Safe for Terrorists in Iran


Aftab-e Yazd Newspaper:
1- Two-Week Lockdown in 150 Cities, Towns as of Saturday
2- Opportunities and Threats Facing Tehran


Arman-e Melli Newspaper:
1- Rouhani: Don’t Make Coronavirus Outbreak Political
2- COVID-19 Vaccine Not to Be Released in Winter


Ebtekar Newspaper:
1- Judiciary Chief: Wrong Signals Given to US Not Message of Iran Nation
2- Health Minister: Iranian Vaccine for COVID-19 to Undergo Human Trial
3- Difficulties of Implementing Travel Restriction without COVID-19 Test


Etemad Newspaper:
1- COVID-19 Deaths Break Records Every Day
2- Beijing Waiting for Biden


Ettela’at Newspaper:
1- Lockdown and Ban on Travelling Inside 150 Cities Overnight


Iran Newspaper:
1- Tehran Prescription: Quarantine or Shutdown?
2- Rouhani: Our Top Priority Is to Protect Every Iranian Life
3- People Want Removal of Sanctions, Not Donations and Cash Subsidies: VP


Javan Newspaper:
1- Obama: 70 Million Votes for Each of Candidates Mean Strong Division in US


Kayhan Newspaper:
1- Trump: US Constitution Broken
2- Velayati: Iran’s Principled Policy on Caucasus Is Based on Leader’s Stances
3- Iran’s COVID-19 Fatalities, Infections Once Again at Record-High


Mardom Salari Newspaper:
1- Former US President: America’s Rivals Are Witnessing Its Decline
2- Foreign Ministry Spokesman: Takfiri Forces Must Leave the Region


Shargh Newspaper:
1- Biden Vows to Put End to Eternal Wars
2- Judiciary Chief: Passage of Time Won’t Clear Charges against Terrorists
3- Five Iranian-Americans in Biden’s Transition Team
4- Challenges of Reviving JCPOA in Biden’s Time [Editorial]

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