A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on December 11

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, and picked headlines from 15 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The top story in Iranian papers today was the remarks made by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani about the heavy costs of Iran’s failure to adopt the standards set by global anti-money laundering body, Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

The remarks were widely criticized by conservative media, which argued the previous deal, JCPOA, did not lead to what Rouhani had promised, and his new promises – that FATF will make people’s lives less costly – won’t be realized either.

The ongoing protests in France also remained a top story, with conservative media blasting the Iranian Foreign Ministry for keeping silent over the violence.

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

 

Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Lawmaker’s Strange Proposal: We Should Import Used Cars from Afghanistan!

2- Rouhani: Those Who Chant the Slogans Must Pay the Prices Themselves!

* President Lashes Out at Critics of FATF Adoption


 

Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Increased Rivalry among Iranian Banks

2- Political Future of Iran Belongs to Moderates: Conservative Cleric

3- Don’t Travel to Georgia, Iran Warns Citizens


 

Ebtekar:

1- I Wish You Could Understand True Islam: Rouhani to Critics of FATF Who Call It Un-Islamic

2- Government Resolved to Settle Pensioners: Official


 

Ettela’at:

1- Europe’s Iran Trade Mechanism (SPV) to Be Implemented Soon

2- GCC Summit Ends with No Clear Result


 

Haft-e Sobh:

1- I Wish I was from Argentina!

* Fantastic Experience of Watching Copa Libertadores Final

2- Iranian Students Bid Farewell to Education in France

* Dream of Free Education in France Turns into Dream for Iranians


 

Hemayat:

1- Murder in Bin Salman’s Style

2- West’s Claims of Protecting Citizens’ Rights Are Sheer Lie: Iran Judiciary Chief


 

Iran:

1- Rouhani Criticizes Opponents of JCPOA, FATF

2- The Great Dal: Prominent Journalist Dalvand Dies

3- Iran’s Judiciary Chief Urges European Leaders to Show Self-Restraint in Dealing with Their Peoples


 

Jame Jam:

1- Under the Saudi Skin

* A Glance at Saudi Arabia’s Society

2- Latest Achievements of Iranian Scientists in Producing 3D Printers


 

Javan:

1- Rouhani Says FATF Will Decrease Prices by 20%, While JCPOA Increased Them by 200%

2- Iran’s Foreign Ministry Avoids Condemning Violence in France

3- Telegram Was Originally Blocked with Rouhani’s Order for First Time


 

Jomhouri Eslami:

1- If You’re against JCPOA and FATF, at Least Tell People How Much Will It Cost for Them: Rouhani

2- Iran, China Resume Banking Ties

3- Saudis Would Be Speaking Persian If It Wasn’t for US: Graham


 

Kayhan:

1- People’s Reaction to Rouhani’s Claim of Cheaper Life after JCPOA: Mr President Is Joking!

2- Bin Salman Biggest War Criminal in Modern World


 

Resalat:

1- 50,000 Jobs Created with Every $1 Billion of Exports: Minister

2- No Critic Says Islam Threatened with FATF: MP to Rouhani


 

Sazandegi:

1- Goodbye Mr Dali

* Iranian Graphic Designer Ahmadreza Dalvand Dies at 60


 

Setareh Sobh:

1- Cost of Iran’s Failure to Join FATF

2- Fifth Republic of France on Verge of Collapse: Analyst


 

Shargh:

1- Rouhani Slams Opposition to FATF at People’s Expense

2- Long Live Reformism, Even without Reformists

3- Development of Tehran Can Be a Threat: Mayor

4- Chabahar Terror Attack Aimed at Halting Its Progress: Top Judge

5- UN Security Council and Iran’s Missile Test [Editorial]


 

Siasat-e Rooz:

1- Why Iran’s Foreign Ministry Keeps Silent as France Arresting Protesters en Masse?


 

Sobh-e Now:

1- Movement of Poor People in Europe

2- Lower Cost of Living with FATF: Will Rouhani Pay Price for His Slogans?

3- Iran’s Role in Iraq’s Celebration of Mosul Liberation Victory

4- Reality of Europe [Editorial]

   
   

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