The failure of Republicans in the US Senate to kill the Iran nuclear deal dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday.
Ettela’at: A plan by hardliners in the US to defeat the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has failed.
The rejection resolution [in the US Senate] which needed 60 votes to go through, secured no more than 58. Forty-two Senators voted in favor of the Iran nuclear deal.
Afkar: “Diplomacy and dialogue overwhelm extremism,” the director of the Environment Protection Organization said.
Aftab-e Yazd: Araghchi is not alone.
Aftab-e Yazd reports on the massive public support for the Iranian nuclear negotiator.
Aftab-e Yazd: “They are putting the lives of 80 million people at risk simply to put on a brave face,” said the director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.
Amin: “Extremists seek to serve their own political interests,” said the chairman of the Expediency Council.
Arman-e Emrooz: A third yellow card is around the corner.
The minister of culture and Islamic guidance stood his ground.
Asrar: “Those who wish to impose their ideas on others should not be given free reins in society,” said the chief of staff of the president.
Asrar: Average life expectancy in Iran is 72 years, said the deputy health minister.
Ebtekar: Hamid Baidinejad, an Iranian nuclear negotiator, has said that in comparison with the current negotiating team, the former nuclear team led by Saeed Jalili held no more than four days of talks.
Eghtesad-e Pooya: The managing director of the Securities and Exchange Organization has said that as many as 20 foreign teams have come to Iran to invest in the capital market.
Ghanoon: Ebrahim Yazdi [a former deputy prime minister] has said that the nuclear deal has opened up a historic opportunity to boost national unity.
Hambastegi: A ceremony has been held to mark the 36th demise anniversary of Ayatollah Mahmoud Taleghani.
Hambastegi: A deputy health minister has announced that a number of bottled water brands which failed to match up to standards have been withdrawn from the market.
Hamshahri: Does the fight against corruption become regulated?
Hemayat: The deputy judiciary chief has warned of a rise in cybercrimes.
Iran: Salehi offers an explicit response to the claims of the former negotiating team.
“If you secured the right to enrichment, you should have signed the document too,” he said.
Jahan-e Eghtesad: A report on willingness by US companies to enter Iran’s automotive industry
Iran-US partnership in car-making on the knife-edge
Jomhouri Islami: Local production of gasoline will increase 4 million liters by the end of the year [March 21, 2016].
Kar va Kargar: “The late Imam always pursued a moderate approach,” said the chairman of the Expediency Council.
Kayhan: Sprucing up the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action by instilling four illusions into the minds of the public.
Kayhan: A Swiss television has revealed a European plan to conquer Iran’s market.
Kayhan: Extensive coverage in world media of the Supreme Leader’s remarks
The stance of Ayatollah Khamenei has ensured Iran’s security.
Mardomsalari: The chairman of the Expediency Council has said that hardliners are trying to serve their own political interests.
Nasl-e Farda: “The youth account for the greatest number of road accident victims,” said a deputy traffic police chief.
Qods: A police officer was shot to death by drug traffickers in a Tehran street.
Rah-e Mardom: A night dedicated to Iran’s National Cinema Day in Sadabad Palace
Culture Minister Ali Jannati: I won’t be influenced by pressures.
Resalat: “The previous resolutions released by the IAEA’s Governors Board should be nullified,” said Iran’s representative to the UN nuclear agency Reza Najafi.
Resalat: “Those who issue permits for illegal development projects should be held accountable,” said Chairman of Tehran City Council Mehdi Chamran.
Roozan: “Principlist and reformist hardliners treated me with grudge,” said Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.
The Expediency Council chairman also said that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action helps people learn about those who care [for the country, revolution and the establishment].
Saheb Ghalam: Iran has 57 billion tons of mineral reserves.
Saheb Ghalam: Iran gets ready to sell oil to Chevron [an American multinational energy corporation].
Sayeh: “We laugh off what has been released about our [the reformists’] divisions,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a reformist.
Setareh Sobh: Reactions to the presence of the former nuclear negotiators in parliament’s JCPOA Review Committee
What Saeed Jalili achieved during six years of talks?
Ali Akbar Salehi: [Iran’s] enrichment was not recognized [by P5+1] in Almaty or in Istanbul nuclear talks.
Shahrvand: A stark warning: A report on the social consequences of unemployment in the country
The country’s social structures create joblessness.
Sharq: Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian has said that the country needs 20 years to return to where it stood 30 years ago.
Siasat-e Rooz: Europe’s arrogance kills refugees.