Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Iran News

Iran Front Page offers a handpicked set of the latest news and views from Iran and the Middle East

Iran warns of humanitarian catastrophe in Kobani

Iran warns of humanitarian catastrophe in Kobani and says it will soon send aid to stricken residents.

To mark children’s day, a weekly offers tips to promote child health

To mark children's day, a weekly offers tips to promote child health.

Mahak, an Iranian charity, received Achievement Award from IPMA

Iran’s Mahak secured an Achievement Award from the International Project Management Association.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Oct. 7

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian dailies on Tuesday and picked headlines from 20 of them.

Iranian, Afghan Presidents Underscore Closer Friendly Ties

The presidents of Iran and Afghanistan call for regional cooperation to take on terrorism and extremism.

Zarif: West’s excessive demands an obstacle to reach agreement

Iran top diplomat describes the West's excessive demands as a stumbling block to clinching a final nuclear deal.

US-Europe restrictions only lead to more nuclear progress in Iran: Zarif

The Iranian foreign minister says the restrictions Western countries bring to bear will only help drive Iran's nuclear capability.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry, EU Foreign Policy Council Hold Meeting in Tehran

Foreign policy experts from Iran and the EU hold a meeting in Tehran to discuss bilateral issues and global developments.

Iran, P5+1 need non-stop talks for nuclear deal: Russia

A senior Russian diplomat says Iran and the six major world powers need “non-stop talks” to reach a final agreement on Tehran’s nuclear energy program before the November 24 deadline.

ISIL flag in Hajj indicates KSA supports terrorism: Iran MP

An Iranian lawmaker has rapped the hoisting of the ISIL terrorist group's flag on the Arafat Plain in Saudi Arabia during the Hajj rituals, saying the move signifies Riyadh’s support for terrorism.

Wildlife in Khorasan Razavi Province in photo-1

Khorasan Razavi Province, in northeastern Iran, is home to a mountain of natural attractions including conservation areas, wildlife sanctuaries, and a national park.

Michel Setboun, from war to arts

Famous French photojournalist, Michel Setboun, answers questions about his career and Iran.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Oct. 6

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian dailies on Monday and picked headlines from 22 of them.

Iran Khodro has accelerated car production in Iraq

Iran’s leading carmaker, Iran Khodro, says it has increased the number of cars it manufactures in Iraq to 50 per day, and that it plans to raise it to 100 in the future.

Iran planning to boost economic relations with Caspian Sea nations

Iran has stressed that it is determined to boost trade ties with all the neighboring countries, especially the Caspian Sea littoral states.

Iran more progressive than neighbors in aerospace industry

Vice-President Mohammad Shariatmadari says he is glad to see Iran is playing a pioneering role in aerospace advancements among neighboring states.

‘Hush’ scoops main awards at San Francisco Iranian Film Festival

Iran’s social drama Hush! "Girls Don’t Scream" by Pouran Derakhshandeh has swept several main awards at the 7th Annual Iranian Film Festival in San Francisco.

Wife of Post’s Tehran correspondent freed

The wife of Jason Rezaian, The Washington Post’s Tehran correspondent, has been released on bail.

Some 2,000 medics can serve their military service in the healthcare sector

The Health Minister says medical students are allowed to do their military service in the healthcare sector.

Interaction with the world is not a diplomatic compliment

Iran’s ambassador to Switzerland says President Rouhani’s call for interaction with the world is genuine.

IAEA inspectors to arrive in Tehran; US Congress concerned about a nuclear deal with Iran

The US congressmen have raised concern about a possible nuclear deal with Iran as IAEA inspectors are to arrive in Iran shortly.

Britain annuls sanctions on Iranian entities, businessman

The British Treasury says it has repealed an asset freeze on five Iranian entities following an EU court verdict.

Iran to launch 4 satellites into space soon: ISA official

Iran plans to launch four new satellites with domestically-designed carriers into the space in the near future, the deputy director of Iranian Space Agency (ISA) says.

Iran’s Rouhani congratulates Muslim heads of state on Eid al-Adha

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has congratulated heads of Muslim states on the occasion of Eid al-Adha (the Feast of Sacrifice), which marks the culmination of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

Palestine, Iran’s second rival before Asian Cup

Iran will take on Palestine in an exhibition game match before the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.