Monday, October 3, 2022

Iran News

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

Iran artists works displayed at Art Expo Malaysia

The longest-running art fair in Southeast Asia, the Art Expo Malaysia (AEM) has hosted the works by five Iranian artists.

What do those who favor a thaw in relations with the US have to say?

Diplomats and economists who favor contacts between Iran and the US make their case.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on September 25

IFP had a look at the front pages of 13 dailies.

I disagree with blocking social networks

Iran’s police chief says he disapproves of blocking social networking websites.

UK: Iran part of solution to fight ISIL in Syria

Iran can help defeat the ISIL terrorists in Syria, British Prime Minister David Cameron has said following talks with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Sept. 24

IFP had a look at front pages of 21 dailies.

Iran said “No” to powers’ bullying in 8-year war

The Supreme Leader says Iran’s defense during the Iraqi-imposed war was a strong “No” to bullying powers.

America is a hostile rival: Kayhan newspaper

Part of what Iranian nuclear negotiators face at home, the Kayhan dimension.

The New York Times misunderstood US stance on talks

A source says a New York Times report on a new US nuclear initiative is not accurate.

Aftabe, an Iranian app downloaded 1.5 million times and counting

Iranian software engineers develop a popular app with a very strange name.

Nuclear talks have reached a critical point

The chairman of the Expediency Council hopes nuclear talks will be conclusive.

Iranian Wushu Athlete Wins Bronze Medal in Asian Games

Iranian Wushu athlete wins bronze in 2014 Asian Games in South Korea.

Iranian Women Win Gold, Silver in Incheon Asian Games

Iranian female athletes win the country's first medals in the Asian Games.

Iranian children to draw paintings for the disabled

Iranian children to draw paintings to show disability is no limit.

UN must play impartial role in Syria

Iran’s foreign minister says the UN should more actively help Syria reach national consensus.

Powers hegemony world’s biggest problem

Iran’s president says major-power hegemony is the world’s biggest problem.

West must understand Iran is a power

Iran’s president says the West should realize that Iran is a key player in the region.

Middle East wars exacerbate environmental problems: Rouhani

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says political conflicts and wars in the Middle East have hindered efforts made to reach agreements on resolving environmental problems in the region.

US-led airstrikes in Syria lack legal basis: Iran president

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the US-led airstrikes in Syria are illegal because they are not approved by or coordinated with the Syrian government.

Iran unveils indigenous combat drone armed with missiles

Iran has unveiled its first indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) armed with air defense missiles suitable for aerial combats.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Sept. 23

Today's look at newspaper front pages features 21 dailies.

Iran slams US-led raids in Syria as intl. law violation

A senior Iranian diplomat has censured the recent US-led airstrikes in Syria as violation of the Arab country’s sovereignty and the international law, emphasizing that they will create a pretext for fresh interference in the Middle East.

Iran rejects deal on centrifuges disconnection

Iran’s foreign ministry dismisses reports that Tehran and P5+1 have reached a deal on centrifugal connections.

Hollande to meet Rouhani in New York City

The Iranian president is to meet with his French counterpart on the sidelines of UN General Assembly.

US call for disconnecting Iran’s centrifuges is ridiculous

Hossein Sheikholeslam, an advisor to Iran’s parliament speaker, has dismissed as ridiculous a US appeal to Iran to disconnect its centrifuges .