Thursday, December 8, 2022

Iran News

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

Professor Majid Samii named world top neurosurgeon

Majid Samii, the world-famous Iranian medical scientist, has been named by World Academy of Neurological Surgery as the world’s first neurosurgeon.

Iran’s saffron exports hit $83 million mark

Iran registers a 20 percent rise in its saffron exports in the first half of the Iranian calendar year, earning more than 83 million dollars in revenues.

Iran Holds Pakistan Accountable for Terrorist Attacks in Saravan

Pakistan should not allow terrorist operations to be launched against Iran from its soil.

Iran ready to work with IAEA to settle nuclear issues: Deputy FM

Tehran is all set to collaborate with the UN nuclear watchdog to address outstanding issues.

Foreign threats run counter to UN Charter: Iran

Unfair sanctions targeting Iran’s peaceful nuclear program stand in contrast with the UN charter and the rule of law.

Police aircraft crashes in southeastern Iran, kills seven

The deadly crash of the propeller Turbo Commander airplane in the southeast of Iran claimed seven lives.

Politicizing approach towards Iran to hurt World Bank’s credit

Iran’s economy minister took a swipe at unfair sanctions and the politicized approach of the World Bank toward Iran.

Iran Speaker Calls on Regional Countries to Behave Responsibly Toward Kobane

The Iranian parliament Speaker appealed to the regional nations to take action against ISIL threats.

These serpents are not sterile!

The vicious circle of terrorism will persist in the Middle East unless determination and courage are employed to wipe out the deep-rooted problem.

In a man-ruled kingdom, an Iranian woman goes all alone

A female Iranian bus driver has hit the road to prove that women don’t have to take a back seat to men as far as certain jobs are concerned.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Oct. 11

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian dailies on Saturday and picked headlines from 19 of them.

Shahnaz music ensemble to go on stage in Germany

Iranian music group Shahnaz ensemble, led by traditional vocalist Mohammad Reza Shajarian, is to give concert in Germany.

Supreme Leader pardons over 1,200 Iranian prisoners

Islamic Revolution Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei grants amnesty to and commutes prison terms of as many as 1,256 Iranian convicts.

There are opportunities for interaction with Iran

Director of the Frankfurt International Book Fair, Juergen Boos, says there are many opportunities for literary interactions with Iran.

Iran hopes for new path in nuclear talks

Iran’s deputy foreign minister, Abbas Araghchi, hopes a new path could be opened in nuclear talks in Vienna in mid-October.

How humans react to art has nothing to do with nationality

Mahmoud Farshchian, a household name in Iranian painting, says nationality plays no role in the way people treat arts.

Germany shares security concerns with Iran

Niels Annen, the spokesman of Germany’s SPD, says Berlin disapproves of a go-it-alone mentality and wants to see Iran’s nuclear case settled.

Iran, Portugal Vow to Broaden Cultural Relations

Tehran-Lisbon cultural cooperation is to be promoted after two memoranda of understanding were signed.

Interests of the establishment are all that matters to the Expediency Council

The chairman of the Expediency Council says the decisions of the council are meant to serve the interests of the country.

War combatants have not been seen: War veteran

The unsung heroes of the Sacred Defense reminisce about the days when a national sentiment of selflessness was popular.

Iran rights rapporteur illegal

A senior Iranian official says the appointment of a UN special rapporteur on human rights situation in Iran is illegal, calling on Ahmed Shaheed, the current rights investigator, to resign.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Oct. 9

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian dailies on Thursday and picked headlines from 16 of them.

Iran entitled to issue, deny visas to IAEA staff

Iran’s IAEA ambassador says it is the Islamic Republic’s sovereign right to issue visas or deny entry to the IAEA employees.

Zarif, Ashton to hold nuclear talks in Vienna next week

An EU official says Iran's Foreign Minister Zarif and EU foreign policy chief Ashton are to hold nuclear talks in Vienna next week.

French envoy describes Iran as most secure regional country for foreign tourists

The French envoy to Tehran has disputed inclusion by Paris of Iran in the list of dangerous states for travelling, saying Iran is the most secure regional country for trips.