Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on August 10

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A special look at the headlines Ettela’at newspaper covered on August 10.

 “The West’s regime change policy on Iran failed,” said Foreign Minister Zarif in an Iranian diplomacy forum at Ettela’at Institute.

He further said no restrictions have been imposed on Iran’s defense capabilities [as a result of the Vienna deal].

The director of the Atomic Energy Organization said commercialization of nuclear industry is on the horizon.

 A 121-story skyscraper is to be built in Tehran.

An official with the Foundation for the Oppressed has said that 11 spots in the capital are being studied for the construction of the skyscraper.

 President Obama has said that the Syrian crisis could be brought to an end in cooperation with Iran.

He has further said constructive ties with Iran can be a byproduct of the Vienna accord.

 The Iraqi prime minister has ordered unprecedented reforms in Iraq’s political structure.

The reforms eliminate the positions of vice-president and deputy prime minister.

 The Environment Protection Organization has issued a warning about land grab in mountainous areas of Damavand.

Building roads near Mount Damavand is a big mistake.

 Two rapists executed in Mashhad

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