A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on June 11

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 25 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The top story in most newspapers on Saturday was the death of Habib Mohebian, the famous Iranian singer and composer. He was a Los Angeles-based artist for many years, but moved back to Iran a few years ago in the hope that he could resume legal performances in his homeland. However, he was never given the permission to release an album or hold a concert, mainly because of his work in America.

Iranian media also covered a recent statement by the United Nations’ Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, in which he admitted that the UN had removed Saudi Arabia’s name from a blacklist because of Riyadh’s threat of cutting its aid.



1- French Gov’t Worried about Return of Extremist ISIS Deserters

2- Kurdistan Freedom Falcons Claim Responsibility for Istanbul Blast

3- Obama Officially Supports Clinton in Presidential Elections

Abrar-e Eqtesadi:

1- Iran and Italy Sign Oil MoU

2- Economic Growth without Employment

3- India to Settle the Rest of Its Oil Debts to Iran through German Banks

Aftab-e Yazd:

1- With Rouhani until 2021: Rouhani Will Run for 2017 Presidential Elections

2- Mansour Arzi, Who Used to Praise North Korea, Criticizes JCPOA

Arman-e Emrooz:

1- “Lonely Man of the Night” Dies: [singer] Habib Mohebian Died in His Homeland, as He Wished


1- Americans Working in Non-American Companies Free to Deal with Iran: Department of Treasury

2- Euro 2016: Playing with Fear below the Surface

3- Arj, a Name You Might No Longer Know


1- Ban: Removing Saudi Arabia’s Name from Blacklist Was Very Painful Decision

2- Senior Cleric: Saudi Arabia Knows No Limit in Shedding Muslim Blood

3- Boeing Gets Go-Ahead for Iran Talks


1- Saudi Arabia Buys Human Rights

2- No One Should be Worried about ISIS’s Defeat: Zarif to Saudi FM

3- Deputy FM: Rouhani Administration Will Stand against Sanctions Profiteers


1- Why FIFA Opposes Iranian Cheetah on National Team Shirts

2- Iran’s Gas Output to Equal Qatar’s


1- Radical Rivals Are Good for Rouhani: President’s Strategic Advisor

2- Combating Astronomical Salaries: First VP and Parliament Speaker Call for Investigations


1- Trilateral Tehran Meeting for Opposing Terrorism: Iranian, Russian, and Syrian DMs Underline Decisive anti-Terrorist Measures

2- Without Iran, Middle East Won’t Have Lasting Peace: French Parliament Speaker

3- Iran’s Economy Moving forward after JCPOA: Deputy FM Araqchi


1- “I’m Still Alive and That’s a Thorn [in my enemy’s eyes]”: A Report on Habib’s Life in Art

Haft-e Sobh:

1- Private TV Legalized in Iran

2- Cars that Both Iranian and American Consumers Like


1- Ban’s Bitter Confession about Saudis: Riyadh’s Threat of Cutting Aid Led to Removal of Its Name from Blacklist

2- Iran DM: We Accept a Ceasefire in Syria that Doesn’t Embolden Terrorists

Jame Jam:

1- UN Is Latest Victim of Saudi Arabia

2- Terror of United Nations [Editorial]


1- Return Saudis to the “Blacklist”: 20 Human Rights Groups to Ban Ki-Moon

2- “A Moment to Learn”, Muhammad Ali’s Last Victory

3- Cold Intifada Evolving into a Hot One

Jomhouri Eslami:

1- New Round of Economic Ties between Iran and Germany with Zarif’s Visit to Berlin

2- South of Fallujah Liberated

3- Zionist [Israeli] Regime in Critical Condition after Palestinian Suicide Attacks


1- Arj, Iran’s First Home Appliances Manufacturer, Shuts Down after 80 Years

2- For First Time, Ban Confesses United Nations Is for Hire

3- Huge Suicide Attack in Tel Aviv Kills 4 Zionists


1- Ban’s Historic Confession: We Had to Remove Saudi Arabia’s Name [from blacklist] Due to Money

2- Europe’s Second Oil Giant Starts Buying Iran’s Crude Oil

3- Tehran Summit’s Important Decision: Change Political and Military Tactics in Syria

4- Insult to Any of Prophet Muhammad’s Wives Is Insult to the Prophet Himself: Leader Emphasized for First Time

5- Secret behind Arj Factory Shutdown [One of the oldest industrial plants in Iran]


1- UN Gives Saudi Arabia Carte Blanche to Slaughter Civilians

2- Iranian Singer and Musician Habib Mohebian Dies: “Habib” [meaning beloved] outside Iran, “Gharib” [meaning stranger] at Home

3- Clerics in Iranian Parliament Form Independent Faction


1- Saudi Arabia’s Money vs. Yemeni Children’s Lives

2- Pasargadae Forests Burn for 50 Hours

3- 1700-Year-Old Iraqi Antiquities Discovered in Tehran Subway


1- Reza Zarrab, Zanjani’s Partner, Earns $11bn per Month

2- Empire of Chinese Goods in Iran


1- Fires of Negligence Burn Down Iranian Forests

2- End of the Story for “Lonely Man of the Night”

3- Loose Hijab Cannot Be Corrected by Disciplinary Moves: Police Official

Sobh-e Now:

1- Exclusive Report on Final 24 Hours of Jason Rezaian’s Prisoner Swap

2- Hamas Official: Tel Aviv Operation Was a Response to Zionists

3- Suicide as Recreation: Are Teenagers Tired of Life?

Vaghaye Ettefaghieh:

1- Conservatives in 2017 Limbo: Will They Have No Choice But Rouhani?

2- Concerns of a Coalition: Iran, Syria, Russia Hold Meeting in Tehran

Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- I’m Infamous! Ban’s Confession Causes Scandal for UN

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