IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday, January 27, 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 World Economic Forum held in the Swiss city of Davos, and criticized the Iranian foreign minister for not attending the important summit, where anti-JCPOA lobbies spoke out against Iran.
Also a top story was the Turkish operation in the Syrian city of Afrin, and the US warning about Ankara’s extension of the war to the SDF-controlled Manbij, near the Iraqi border.
A decision by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to upgrade Iran’s risk rating to 5 also received great coverage.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Judiciary Chief: Names of Offending Judges to Be Released in Media
2- Power Minister: Current Iranian Calendar Year, Driest Year in Past 50 Years
1- US Warns Turkey of Consequences of Attacking Manbij
2- UNSC Representatives to Investigate Parts of Missile Fired at Saudi Arabia
3- Al-Abadi: Iran-US Tension Hurting Iraq, Region
1- Death of Second Child, Mr President!
- While Quake-Hit People Are Dying of Cold, Red Crescent Chief Not in Iran!
2- Zarif’s Untimely Absence from WEF in Davos: Opponents of JCPOA Speak Out against Iran
3- Drought Result of Failure to Adhere to Religious Values: Cleric
1- Three Women Want to Visit Evin Prison
1- Numerous Int’l Negotiations Totally Forgetting about Syrian People
1- Shamkhani: Iran Not to Be Loser of JCPOA Annulment
2- End of First Phase of Tackling Khuzestan’s Dust Pollution
1- Trump Booed in Davos Summit
- Controversy Sparked after Trump Accused Media of Telling Lies
2- Post-JCPOA OECD Ranking: Iran’s Risk Rating Upgraded to 5
1- Iran Leader Urges Clerics to Keep in Touch with Poor People
2- Cleric Calls for Removal of Security Barriers between People, Officials
3- Iran’s Risk Rating Improved despite US Congress’ Sabotage
4- Kissinger: Iran’s Influence Has Increased Thanks to Its Leaders’ Aggressive Strategy
1- World’s Biggest Sponge Iron Factory to Be Launched in Iran Next Week
2- Qatar: Saudi Arabia Has Made Region Insecure
3- Top Clerics Call for Raising People’s Awareness about Optimized Energy Consumption
1- Cleric: Not a Single Penny of Seminary Students’ Tuition Comes from State Budget
2- British PM: Telegram Has Turned into House of Terrorists, Criminals
1- Judiciary Chief: Names of Offending Judges to Be Publicized
2- Leader: I’m More Hopeful about Today’s Young Generation than I Was about Previous Ones
3- Zarif: US, Saudi Arabia Arm ISIS Terrorists
1- Return of Life to Shalamcheh
- War-Torn Farmers of Shalamcheh to Plant Farms 36 Years after Khorramshahr Liberation
2- Performing Theatre While Serving Prison Term
- Play Performed by Young Prisoners to Go on Stage in Fajr Festival