A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on July 8

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday, July 8, and picked headlines from 18 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Most Iranian newspapers on Saturday covered the protest rallies held in Hamburg, Germany, against the G20 Summit. The first meeting between the US and Russian presidents also received great coverage. Trump and Putin met for the first time on the sidelines of the G20 Summit.

Some other papers, particularly the reformist ones, highlighted the issue of people’s privacy in their cars, and discussed its legal and religious aspects after the Iranian Police declared that its forces can inspect people’s cars without any legal permit as it is not part of their privacy.

The huge gas deal between Iran and the French giant Total also remained a hotly-debated issue after five days. Reformist and pro-government papers tried to respond to criticisms, and conservative ones continued attacking the government for not using the domestic capabilities.

Some newspapers covered the possible cabinet members and the future mayor of Tehran, who is to be chosen by the 21 reformist members of the City Council.

The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:

 

Abrar:

1- Larijani: Recent US Senate Move Pretext for Approving New Iran Sanctions

2- Military Official: US Ready to Defend Its Allies in Syria

 


Abrar-e Eqtesadi:

1- Iran, EU Start Customs Negotiations

2- World’s Small Banks Thirsty for Establishing Ties with Iran

 


Afkar:

1- General Rezaei: Al Saud Turns Saudi Arabia into Second Israel

 


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- China, US, Two Koreas: None of Them Wants a War: Analyst

 


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- World Powers in Germany’s Deadlock

2- 5,200 Dissuaded from Committing Suicide in Iran in 2016: Official

 


Ebtekar:

1- Close Encounter between Putin, Trump

2- Why Certain Figures Show Negative Reaction to Iran-Total Deal

 


Etemad:

1- Putin Fan Meets Putin: US, Russian Leaders Meet for First Time in Hamburg

2- Ambitious, Anti-Iran, Close to Israel: Haley Can Be Future GOP Presidential Candidate

 


Ettela’at:

1- Iran Parliament’s Energy Commission Supports Deal with Total

2- Pakistan: We Appreciate Ayatollah Khamenei’s Support for Muslim World

3- Larijani: Parliament to Support Any Cabinet that Thinks about People

4- 130 Wounded in Clashes between German Police, G20 Protesters

5- Libya’s Benghazi Liberated from Terrorists

 


Hemayat:

1- US Stonewalling Huge Barrier to Banking Transactions with Iran

 


Iran:

1- No Iranian Firm Capable of Building, Funding South Pars Phase 11: Official

2- Some Anti-Gov’t Media Act as If They’re Attacking US Gov’t: Cleric

 


Javan:

1- ‘Welcome to Hell’

  • Protesters Voice Opposition to Global Capitalism in Hamburg

2- Clear Response to Anti-Iran Human Rights Reports

  • Foreign Envoys Amazed by Evin Prison’s Suitable Conditions

 


Kayhan:

1- Protesters Set Fire on G20 Summit in Hamburg

2- Record of Power Consumption in Iran Broken

3- Johnson: Qatar Blockade Counterproductive; Doha Closer to Iran

4- Financial Times: US Practically Torn up JCPOA

 


Khorasan:

1- Black and White Points of Total’s Return to Iran

2- Rouhani Has Started Choosing His Cabinet Members: Aide

 


Rooyesh-e Mellat:

1- Trump Sharpens Al Saud, Al Khalifa’s Blades of Tyranny: Cleric

2- Amir Abdollahian: Riyadh Not a Reliable Partner for Arabs

 


Shahrvand:

1- Sad End of Rescue Operation: Two Rescue Workers Die in Last Mission

2- Tehran Mayor Should Be National Figure: Ex-Mayor

 


Sobh-e Now:

1- Hamun Lake Cannot Stop Crying

  • Iran’s Eastern neighbour harshly reacts to Tehran’s position on Afghanistan’s dam construction

 


Tejarat:

1- Hot Days of Iran’s Steel Export

2- Hamburg, Hell of Protests against G20

3- First Trump-Putin Meeting Held in Germany: Controversial, but Simple

 


Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- Cold War in Hamburg

 

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