IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday, July 24, and picked headlines from 17 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Media speculations about the line-up of President Hassan Rouhani’s next cabinet remained a top story in Iranian newspapers today. The latest development was the news of Rouhani’s private meeting with the ex-president and leader of Iranian reformists Seyyed Mohammad Khatami.
The water dispute between Iran and Afghanistan and the ongoing efforts to resolve it also received great coverage.
The meetings between Iranian and Iraqi officials and an agreement on military cooperation between the two sides were also a top story.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Imam Reza’s Mausoleum Cleaned in Religious Ceremony Attended by Iran Leader
1- Rouhani Consults Leader about Formation of His Cabinet
2- US Lawmakers Agree on Sanctions against Iran, Russia, North Korea
3- US Concerned by Turkey’s Decision to Buy S-400 Missile Defence System
1- Some Ministers Lobbying in Parliament for Their Continued Presence in Cabinet
2- Experts Welcome Parliament’s Plan to Allow Gov’t to Distribute Drugs
3- Negative Reactions to Qalibaf’s Open Letter: No One Buys Tehran Mayor’s Neo-Conservatism
1- Hajj: From Visa Issuance to Troubles for Flights
- Iranian Pilgrims to Depart for Saudi Arabia Next Week
2- Impact of People’s Votes on Rouhani’s Attitude
- President’s Private Meeting with Reformist Leader Khatami
3- Rouhani Not the Only Person Who Decides about His Cabinet: Analyst
1- Iranian Filmmaker Bani Etemad, Jury Member of Venice Film Festival
1- Will Hamun Lake Smile Again?
- Tehran, Kabul Start Talks on Water Dispute
2- Taliban’s Revival after ISIS’ Defeats
- A Report on Fall of Two Afghan Cities to Taliban
3- Analysts Discuss Clash of Conservatives with Conservatives
1- Difficulty of Being ‘Rouhani’: Troubles Faced by President in Cabinet Formation
2- Tens of People Fall Victim to Fake Alcoholic Drinks
3- How Many Lives Do Tehran Streets Owe to Us?
- Lives of Workers Who Live with Spectre of Death
1- UNSC’s Extraordinary Meeting to Discuss Aqsa Mosque Crisis
2- Iran, Iraq Sign MoU on Military Cooperation
3- Russia Opposed to US New Plan on Iran Sanctions
1- Iraqi FM: Without Iran, Iraq Would Have Been Destroyed
2- Iran Unveils First 3-Cylinder Engine
1- Turkey’s Gradual Infiltration into Iran’s Market
1- New York Times: US Has Violated JCPOA’s Article 29
2– US, Russia Agree on Resistance Front’s Presence 30km Away from Israel Borders
1- EU Warns US against Increasing Russia Sanctions
2- Iran’s Shamkhani: Divisive Approaches May Lead to Iraq Enemies’ Excessive Demands
1- Reformists Resort to [Notorious] Shahram Jazayeri for Resolving Economic Woes!
1- Parliament Seeks to Revise Foreign Ministry’s Statute
1- Vicious Coalition: Democrats Joins GOP in Countering Iran
2- Analyst: Iran Nuclear Deal Decreases Danger
1- 10 Banks Ordered to Pay 500,000 Loans to Newlyweds
1- Hot Season of Iran-Iraq Reciprocal Visits: Latest Border Situation Reviewed
2- National Engine with Austrian Technology Unveiled
3- Silent Water Dispute between Iran, Afghanistan