IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Many newspapers today continued covering the reactions to the Wednesday’s twin attacks in Tehran, which killed at least 17 and wounded over 46.
They also highlighted the arrest of numerous ISIS elements in separate operations all around the country following the deadly attacks in Tehran.
Another top story was the remarks made by First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri about the need for moving forward after the presidential election.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Pope Francis Condemns Tehran Terror Attacks
2- Croatian President: Serious Fight against Terrorism Necessary
3- Iranian Navy Achievements to Be Unveiled by Year-End: Commander
1- Qalibaf: Government Does Nothing for Tehran Subway
2- Suspension of 2030 Document Not Enough; It Should Be Annulled: Cleric
1- Female MPs Oversee Selling Tickets to Women Spectators!
- Only 300 Seats Given to Women in Volleyball Match
2- Tehran Safe for Tourists
1- First VP Calls on Friday Prayer Leaders to Meet Private Sector Representatives
1- Iran Establishment’s Bodies Shouldn’t See Gov’t as Their Rival: First VP
2- Deal Signed between Aseman Air and Boeing for Purchase of 60 Planes
1- First VP: Gov’t Resolved to Attract Foreign, Domestic Investments
2- First Int’l Dust Pollution Conference to Be Held in Iran
3- Syrian Army Reaches Iraqi Border; Iraqis on Verge of Mosul Liberation
1- President: Patience for Peace More Difficult than Resistance in War Front
1- US Congressman: We Should Support Terrorist Acts in Iran
1- Russia: US-Led Coalition Supporting ISIS against Syrian Army
2- Amnesty Int’l: Saudi Arabia, Allies Playing with People’s Lives in Mideast
3- Sunni Clerics: Iran to Stand United against Terrorism
1- Iraqi Popular Forces Commander: Operation Over, 2,000 ISIS Elements Killed
2- Poets, Cultural Figures Meet with Iran Leader
3- Iran Starts Export of Food Products to Qatar
1- Mayor of Tehran: We’ve Been under Sanctions for 12 Years
2- Police Chief: Members of Terrorist Outfit Arrested near Tehran
3- Senior Cleric: You Can’t Talk of Islam and Deny Hijab
1- Qatar FM: We Have Positive Ties with Iran
2- AEOI: No Need for Foreign Funds in Redesigning Arak Reactor
3- Tillerson Calls for Decrease in Pressures on Qatar
1- Cyber Warrior: Putin to Test His New Weapon
2- Rouhani: Parliament, Judiciary Aware of Details of 2030 Document
3- 56 Terrorists: Security Forces Arrest 56 ISIS Elements after Tehran Attacks