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A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Dec. 28

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 19 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Most Iranian dailies on Sunday led on the government’s reaction to allegations that it has illegally withdrawn $4.1 billion from the Foreign Exchange Reserve Fund. The government insists that there has been no such withdrawal. Some MPs, among them a principlist heavyweight Ahmad Tavakoli, say the report by the Supreme Audit Court is compelling enough that the fund has been tapped. Images of major war games by the Iranian Army in the south and news about Russia’s new military doctrine appeared on the front pages of several dailies too.


Abrar: “Up to 40 percent of street children are HIV-positive,” said the founder of the Society for the Protection and Assistance of Socially Disadvantaged Individuals.


Abrar newspaper 12 - 28

Afarinesh: President Rouhani has ordered the reinstatement of the Management and Planning Organization.

Afarinesh: The government has denied reports that it has withdrawn money from the Foreign Exchange Reserve Fund.


Afarinesh newspaper 12 - 28

Aftab-e Yazd: “Low-interest loans will be offered to the needy,” said government spokesman Mohammad Bagher Nobakht.

Aftabe yazd newspaper 12 - 28

Arman-e Emrooz: Former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s membership of a political party has been revoked.


Armane emruz newspaper 12 - 28

Asrar: “Human rights have turned into a tool in the hands of the West,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said at a meeting with his Belorussian counterpart.

Asrar: “Talks with P5+1 won’t last forever,” said President Rouhani’s Chief of Staff Mohammad Nahavandian.

Asrar: The new president of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting has appointed a female vice-president for the national broadcaster.


Asrar newspaper 12 - 28

Etemad: [Principlist MP] Ahmad Tavakoli has accused the government of acting against the law. In reaction the government spokesman has urged those who have made the “false accusations” to apologize to the government and the public.


Etemad newspaper 12 - 28

Ettela’at: “Some 55 percent of Iranian people are under 30 years of age,” said the director of the National Organization for Civil Registration.


Ettelaat newspaper 12 - 28

Hemayat: Bahraini people have staged a massive demonstration against the country’s rubberstamp parliament.


Hemayat newspaper 12 - 28

Javan: The Russian President has signed a new military doctrine which lists NATO as a major foreign threat to the Russian Federation.


Javan newspaper 12 - 28

Jomhouri Islami: The Iraqi army has liberated the town of Ramadi.

Jomhouri Islami: Former US President Jimmy Carter has described the policy to impose sanctions on nations as inefficient.


Jomhurie eslami newspaper 12 - 28

Kaenat: The first vice president said the government has made arrangements to prevent an oil shock.


Kaenaat newspaper 12 - 28

Kayhan: An investigation has been launched into the performance of mobile phone operators.


Kayhan newspaper 12 - 28

Mardom Emrooz led on an exclusive about Iran-Saudi ties. Less than a week ago Iran sent a message to the Saudi government, calling for understanding on regional issues, nuclear talks and oil prices.


Mardome emruz newspaper 12 - 28

Mardomsalari: The UN secretary general’s envoy to Tehran has said that the international community needs Iran’s support.


Copy of Mardom salari newspaper 12 - 28

Resalat: “A decree by the Supreme Leader stopped the execution of the seditionist leaders,” said Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi.


Resalat newspaper 12 - 28

Sayeh: “Despite a drop in oil prices, the government is not worried about next year’s budget,” said the economy minister.


Sayeh newspaper 12 - 28

Sharq: Next year’s spending package envisions a 120 percent rise in the budget of state hospitals.


Shargh newspaper 12 - 28

Taadol: The new head of the Securities and Exchange Organization of Iran has said he would continue the policies adopted by his predecessor.


Copy of Taadol newspaper 12 - 28

Vatan-e Emrooz: The former director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has said that the 2009 sedition [unrest caused in the wake of presidential elections] paved the way for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.


Vatane emruz newspaper 12 - 28


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