A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on July 26

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Wednesday, July 26, and picked headlines from 16 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Newspapers today covered the imminent approval of a draft law in the US House of Representatives on imposition of fresh sanctions against Iran, and described it as another violation of Iran nuclear deal.

The speculations about the line-up of President Hassan Rouhani’s next cabinet also remained a top story today. The latest development was Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani’s remarks about the possibility of give-and-take between the government and the Parliament.

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



1- Hardliner Criticizes Qalibaf’s Remarks: Neo-Conservatism Is a Play on Words

2- Qatari DM Hails Iran’s Support during Blockade

3- No Deal Yet on Sanctions against Russia, Iran, N. Korea: Corker


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Larijani: No Minister Has Lobbied for Keeping His Post in Next Cabinet

2- First VP: I Was Shocked after Hearing Unemployment Rate in Kermanshah

3- No Matter Iran’s Currency Is Rial or Toman When Your Pockets Empty

4- Tillerson Upset by Trump’s Criticism of Nuclear Deal



Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Please Come Back … Velayati Urges Nateq Noori to Remain in Islamic Azad University

2- Senior Conservative: Attacks on Rouhani Not to Bring Good Results

3- 5 Governor-Generals Indicted for Electoral Offences




1- Gov’t Spokesman Vows to Make Decisive Action against Any New Sanctions

2- Iran No Longer in Need of Importing Turkmenistan’s Gas: Official



Besharat-e Now:

1- Left, Right-Wingers Treated by Health Minister

  • Iranian Political Factions in Iran Lack Balanced View

2- 120 Terrorist Attacks Defused in Iran

3- ‘Changing Current from Rial to Toman Not to Resolve Iranians’ Woes’




1- Welfare Should Be Separated from Labour Ministry: Minister

2- Top Clerics’ Opinions about Animals’ Rights, Animal Abuse




1- We May Endanger Iran’s Future If We Don’t Make Right Decisions about Water: First VP

2- Parliament Speaker: Universities Should Become Independent

3- Iranian Students Win 5 Gold, Silver Medals in World Physics Olympiad

4- Ansarullah: We’ll Target UAE’s Trade Ports


Haft-e Sobh:

1- East, West Meet in Iranian Train: Over $2bn worth of Rail Deals Signed in 48 Hours

2- Iranian Girl’s Great Work in Damavand Peak

  • Maedeh Janfaza, First Woman to Conquer the Peak with Bicycle



1- 800 Projects to Supply Villages with Water Simultaneously Inaugurated

2- No Barrier to Presence of Minorities, Women in Next Cabinet: Spokesman

3- Fans of Persian Language, from Kazakhs to Americans, Take Tour of Tehran



1- Social Media’s Pressure for Having Efficient, Healthy, Non-Aristocratic Cabinet

2- 6 Companies Importing 50% of Pharmaceuticals in Iran Market: Official


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- China to Finance Electrification of Tehran-Mashhad Railway

2- Red Cross: Humanitarian Conditions in Yemen Disastrous

3- Saudi Arabia’s Council of Ministers Approve Plan to Build Nuclear Plant




1- What Are Gov’t, Parliament Doing in Wake of US New Sanctions?

2- Iran Leader Donates 40,000 Properties to Deprived People

3- Pyongyang: We’ll Target US Heart Using Our Nuclear Weapons




1- Parliament Speaker: Unemployment Trend Worsened in Past 4 Years

2- Velayati: Iran Not Worried about US Hostile Moves

3- Zarif: US Should Know JCPOA Not a Bilateral Deal

4- Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi: Aqsa Mosque in Danger, Muslims Shouldn’t Leave Palestine Alone



Rooyesh-e Mellat:

1- Harming Oneself: Russian Official Warns US against Putting Moscow under Sanctions

2- IRGC Says It Neutralizes US Vessel’ Provocative Move in Persian Gulf

3- Arab Countries Impose New Sanctions against Qatar




1- First VP: 9 Trillion Rials [over $238m] Allocated to Improving Conditions of Contraband Porters

2- Assets of Tehran Municipality Being Sold at Last Days of Qalibaf’s Tenure

3- Larijani: No Give-and-Take between Parliament, Gov’t on Next Cabinet



Vaghaye Ettefaghieh:

1- Drought in Northern Iran

  • Unlike Common Belief, Even Rainy Regions Are in Danger of Drought

2- Minister of Grey Days: A Review of Science Minister Farhadi’s Performance


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