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A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday, September 1, 2018, and picked headlines from 14 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Newspapers today widely covered the remarks made by the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in a meeting with President Hassan Rouhani and members of his cabinet.

The visit of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to Pakistan and his meeting with the country’s new Prime Minister Imran Khan also received great coverage. Zarif became the first foreign diplomat to meet Imran Khan after his taking office.

Several papers also highlighted the successful holding of the first free outdoor concert in Iran, which was performed by traditional singer Mohammad Motamedi in a park in the capital.

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

 

Abrar:

1- Araqchi: Lawsuit against US Aimed at Proving Iran’s Rightfulness

2- Erdogan Says Turkey Will Work with Iran, Russia on Idlib

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Pakistani Prime Minister’s Interesting Move

  • Imran Khan Won’t Attend UNGA in New York to Focus on Economic Woes

2- Iran’s Commitment to JCPOA Once Again Confirmed by IAEA

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Iran Leader: Everyone Must Help Government in Tackling Problems

2- Twitter, One More Step Closer to Being Unblocked after FM’s Support

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Ebtekar:

1- Tsunami of Impeachment: Rouhani’s Minister May Fail to Survive Impeachment

2- Queiroz: I’ll Sign New Deal with Iran Tomorrow; We Want to Claim Asian Title

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Etemad:

1- Rouhani’s Failure Doesn’t Mean Victory for Anyone

  • Why Reformists Are Criticizing Rouhani’s Government

2- Iran Leader: No Talks to Be Held with US at Any Level

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Ettela’at:

1- Iran Leader: Government Capable of Running the Country’s Economy

2- Zarif: Iran’s JCPOA Partners Must Stop Releasing Fruitless Statements

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Hamshahri:

1- Nights of Music

  • Traditional Singer Motamedi Holds First Free Street Concert

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Iran:

1- Tehran Hosts First Free Street Concert: Huge Crowd of People Welcome Performance

2- Zarif: People’s Massive Presence in Twitter to Serve Islamic Republic’s Interests

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Javan:

1- Iran Leader: Banks Not Allowed to Use People’s Money to Run Business Firms

2- Government Spokesman: Five Plans Devised to Counter Sanctions

 

 

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Kayhan:

1- Iran Leader: JCPOA Not a Target, but a Means; We’ll Leave It If Our Interests Not Secured

2- Increased Pressures on Suu Kyi, Urging Her to Resign over Her Role in Myanmar Genocide

3- US Backs Off from Deal of the Century until Further Notice

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Sazandegi:

1- Iran Leader: JCPOA Not a Goal, but a Means

2- Education Minister to Be Impeached As Well

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Shahrvand:

1- Zarif: Caspian Sea Convention Great Success for Iran

2- Instagram Page Opened by Young Woman Helps Many Families Find Their Lost Children

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Shargh:

1- FM: We Haven’t Closed Doors for Dialogue with Saudi Arabia

  • Iranians’ Presence in Twitter Could Respond to Certain Anti-Iran Moves

2- Punishment and Reward for Rouhani (Editorial)

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1


 

Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- They Want Both Our Missiles and Region

  • French FM Once Again Stresses What US Wants from JCPOA!

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 1

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