The martyrdom of Hossein Hamedani, an IRGC brigadier general who was in Syria in the capacity of an adviser, dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday.
Ettela’at: Saudi Arabia’s support for IS terrorists is expanding.
The BBC has reported that Saudi Arabia is supplying advanced weaponry to Syrian terrorists to counter the Syrian government.
Ettela’at: Heavy rain and hailstorm have caused damage in several provinces.
Hailstones in Poldokhtar have shattered the windows of cars and houses, causing damage to farmland and orchards.
Ettela’at: Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has described the Islamic Revolution and the Iranian Leader as a boon for Muslims.
The secretary of the Lebanese Hezbollah predicted that Saudi Arabia will suffer a heavy defeat in Yemen.
Ettela’at: Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani has been martyred in Syria.
Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani, a Revolution Guards adviser, fell while on assignment in the suburbs of Aleppo.
Ettela’at: The labor minister has said five million graduates will enter the job market.
Ali Rabiei further said that the country needs to create as many as 800,000 jobs a year.
Ettela’at: Tehran Symphony Orchestra has performed to honor the memory of Hajj pilgrims who died in the Mina tragedy in Saudi Arabia in late September.
Ettela’at: Five Palestinians have been killed in an attack by Zionist forces during the Palestinian Day of Rage.
Abrar: Iran has welcomed the recent call by Kuwaiti officials for regional dialogue.
Afkar: “After conquering Yemen, Saudi Arabia will set its sights on Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain,” said secretary of the Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei.
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Aftab-e Yazd: “With a negative report by the JCPOA Review Committee, they dealt a bad blow to the country,” said the chairman of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.
Arman-e Emrooz: “Embezzlement and mismanagement have delivered a heavy blow to the public and the country,” said Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, a source of emulation.
Asrar: The head of the Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization has said that some of the pilgrims killed in the Mina stampede are likely to have been buried on Saudi soil.
Asrar: “Iran comes first in the world when it comes to water tension,” said the director of the Environment Protection Organization.
Etemad: The number of individuals who won’t receive cash subsidies will increase to six million, said the minister of welfare, labor and social affairs.
Ghanoon: The heads of the three branches of government have offered condolences on the martyrdom in Syria of IRGC’s General Hossein Hamedani whose funeral will be held on Sunday.
Haft-e Sobh: Baran Kosari has cheated death.
The actress was involved in a horrible car accident in Tehran.
Hambastegi: The social atmosphere shouldn’t be dominated by security issues, said the grandson of the late Imam Khomeini.
Hambastegi: “We insist on acting in a way that will result in a change in the makeup of the future parliament,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a former vice-president.
Iran: A majority of MPs are determined to approve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Jomhouri Islami: Rainstorms have ripped through parts of the country.
Kayhan: Parliament should not be fooled by generalization tactics to walk into the trap of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action; the daily features an analysis on the issue.
Mardomsalari: The managing director of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines has said that Iranian ships are to dock in US ports.
Resalat: “In order to prevent the rise to power of incompetent individuals, there should be no leniency in screening the potential candidates,” said the intelligence minister.