A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on February 6

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IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday, February 6, and picked headlines from 12 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Several papers today covered the beginning of President Hassan Rouhani’s project to renovate the country’s transportation system, and its impacts on the environment and growth of employment.

Also a top story was the water crisis in Iran and the remarks made by Issa Kalantari, the chief of Environment Department.

The withdrawal of US forces from Iraq and their relocation to Afghanistan was among other top stories today.

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


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Rouhani Shouldn’t Be Scared of Giving Response to Lawmakers’ Questions

2- Qalibaf’s Aide: Conservatives Need to Revise Their Policies

3- Deputy Economy Minister: State Bodies Master of Unnecessary Paperwork, Bureaucracy


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Solutions to Issue of Water Crisis: Methods Successfully Tested in World

2- Details of Shooting in Iran Presidential Palace

  • Machete-Wielding Man Ignores Warnings of Security Forces

3- Reformists Have Asked for a Meeting with Iran Leader



1- Europe’s Breath Held in Berlin: Decisive Talks in Germany to Get out of Deadlock

2- Environment Chief Makes Misleading Remarks about Water Crisis

3- These Uncontrollable Dollar, Euro Rates



1- Rouhani Tasks Three Ministries with Renovating Transportation System

2- Beginning of an End to 15-Year War: US Forces to Leave Iraq for Afghanistan



1- Minister Urges People to Be Obsessed about Water Consumption to Prevent Rationing

2- Rouhani: All Worn Cars Must Be Removed from Fleet

3- Saudi Arabia’s King Faisal Airbase Attacked by Yemeni Missile

4- Iran Starts Mass Production of New Drone Equipped with Precision-Guided Bomb



1- Biggest Renovation of Road Transportation System in Iran History

2- Culture Minister: Iranian Cinema to Be Destroyed If It Lacks Thought-Provoking Ideas

3- Tehran Plain Engulfed by Smoke: Capital on Verge of Alerting Level of Air Pollution



1- Closing Special Schools for Gifted Students Will Only Benefit Private Schools

2- “Lottery” Returns Classic Heroes to Iranian Cinema

3- Moscow: US Can’t Chance JCPOA by Asking for Ransom

4- Tehran Prosecutor: 14 Bodies Guilty in Plasco Incident


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- Russia: JCPOA Revision Impossible

2- Transport Minister: Public Buses Account for 30% of Tehran’s Air Pollution

3- 2,000 Special Beds Added to Capacity of Iran’s Hospitals

4- UN: Rohingya Crisis at Alarming Level for Regional Security



1- Rouhani Defends National Security, [Reformists’] Chain Papers Censored His Remarks

2- Children in Gaza Hold Protest Rally, Chant “Save Us”

3- Deputy Agriculture Minister: Quality of Iranian Wheat Much Better than Imported Wheat

4- Iraq 2018 without ISIS, without US: Americans Leave Iraq



1- Parliament Approves Law against Special Concessions Given for Import of Cars

2- Guardian Council Spokesman: Presidential Candidates to Be Obliged to Introduce Their Team, Plans



1- Rouhani: They Thought Revolution Would End If They Kill Protesters

2- Foreign Ministry Spokesman Rejects EU’s Request for Missile Talks


Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- Great Job Bijan [Oil Minister Zanganeh]!

  • Iran Finally Stops Exporting Free Gas to Turkey after One Year

2- Returning to Cash! Central Bank Makes Decision that Undermines E-Banking



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