IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday, December 25, and picked headlines from 16 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Iranian newspapers today covered the birthday anniversary of Jesus Christ and the celebration of Christmas, particularly by the Christian community in Iran.
The problems facing Iranian people in big cities, including earthquake, air pollution, and the recent growth in the prices of certain consumer goods, also received great coverage.
Several papers also covered the upcoming visit of French foreign minister to Tehran and the remarks made by Iranian foreign ministry spokesman about the anti-Iran stances held by Paris.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Larijani: Terrorism in Middle East Stems from Cultural Grounds
2- Johnson: Nuclear Deal Should Give Iranian People Economic Benefits
1- 24 US Republicans Claim Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal
1- Are We Too Impatient or Does Gov’t Has Deficit?
2- Tehran City Councilor: Earthquake, Air Pollution Combined with Increasing Prices
3- Will Iran Reclaim First Rank in Pistachio Exports?
1- Structural Changes in Iran’s Foreign Ministry: New Life Breathed into Iran Diplomacy
1- Political Activists Discuss the Fuss Made against Gov’t, Reformists
2- French FM to Visit Tehran: Iranian Spokesman
3- Chairman of Tehran Council: Tehran Subway Resistant to 8-Magnitude Quake
1- Confused Air Pollution: Why Law of Clean Air Not Implemented?
1- Iran Environment Chief: People’s Health, Rights of Next Generations Can’t Be Overlooked
2- UNICEF: 2017 Worst Year for Yemeni Children
3- Iranian Churches to Host Christmas Ceremonies
1- Iran Partner in Happiness of Christians
2- Baghdad-Erbil Negotiations under Supervision of UN
1- Double-Urgency Plan Approved to Support Palestine
2- US Writes New War Scenario for Europe
3- Feminization of Politics in Line with Americanization of World: Academic
1- Parliament Speakers of Regional States Ink MoU on Fight against Terror
2- Protesters Call for Netanyahu’s Dismissal in Massive Rallies
1- Government’s Evasion of Responsibilities to Increase Inflation Rate to 49%
2- Syria Terrorists to Receive $400m from US 2018 Budget
1- Global Campaign for Release of 16-Year-Old Palestinian “Lioness”
1- Judiciary Spokesman: 63 Judges, Middlemen, Lawyers Arrested for Offences
1- Macron to Fill Gap of World Leaders
2- Iran Urges France to Make Better Decisions in Interaction with Regional States
1- Rouhani in Message to World Leaders, Pope Francis: May 2018 Be Year without Violence
1- Iran Only World Cup 2018 Team that Will ‘Buy’ Its Kits