IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday, June 25, 2018, and picked headlines from 22 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Newspapers today widely covered the remarks made by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif about the enemies’ plot to destroy Iran. He says the country itself is the target, not the Establishment or the Rouhani administration.
Also a top story was the ongoing economic crisis in the country, particularly the unrest in the mobile phone market and the Parliament’s session behind closed doors to address the issue.
The Iranian national football team’s Monday match against Portugal also received great coverage. The Team Melli has the chance to advance to the next stage of FIFA World Cup for the first time in history by defeating the Portuguese.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Zarif: National Solidarity More Important than Anything Else
1- Parliament Opposed to Splitting Ministries
1- Ban on Import of Foreign Cars to End Up in Dealers’ Interest
1- Oil Market to Become More Balanced after OPEC’s Decision
1- Plans for Two Years of “War of Sanctions”
- Parliament’s Unexpected Session on Economic Woes behind Closed Doors
2- Zarif to Critics of Gov’t: It’s Wrong to Think Conservatives Would Succeed If Rouhani Leaves
1- Zarif: Iran Is the Target, Not Establishment or Rouhani
1- Zarif: US’ Strategic Goal Is to Force Iran to Withdraw from JCPOA
1- Battle against Portuguese from Hormuz Island to Saransk
- A Review of All Iran-Portugal Clashes in History in Sea, Ground, Stadium
1- Queiroz: We Fight for Our Dreams
1- Parliament Starts Discussing Price Hikes behind Closed Doors
2- Mystery of Queiroz, Ronaldo: Iran-Portugal in Foreign Media
1- Zarif: Reuters Creates 50 Fake News against Iran Every Single Day
2- Syrian Army on Verge of Taking Control of Golan Heights
3- Iranian Cheetahs to Crush Cristiano Ronaldo
1- Parliament, Government Stress Convergence in Overcoming Economic Woes
1- American Journalist: US History Full of People Like Trump
1- Sultan Erdogan’s Victory in Last Battlefield
1- Parliament Speaker: We Hope Economic Conditions Would Improve with Proper Decisions
1- Iran First VP: We’ll Overcome This Great Plot through Unity
1- 42% of Americans Want Trump’s Impeachment
2- Ansarifard: I Promise We’ll Advance to Knockout Stage
1- Takht-Ravanchi Talks of Past, Future of JCPOA; Negotiation with Trump Not Possible
2- Abadan Has No Water: People of Khuzestan Protest against Low Quality of Water
1- Failure of JCPOA Dangerous for Iran, FM Warns Opponents
1- Team Melli’s Watchword Tonight: Don’t Let Portugal Advance to Next Stage
- What’s Queiroz’s Plan to Control Ronaldo, Defeat Portugal?
1- Zarif: They Want to Destroy Iran
2- Sultan’s Dream Comes True: Erdogan Wins Turkey Elections
1- Peace in Tehran Bazaar: Temporary Tension in Mobile Phone Market over Dollar Rate Hikes