A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Oct. 6

Iranian Newspapers Headlines
Iranian Newspapers Headlines

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian dailies on Monday and picked headlines from 22 of them.

Two top stories were under the Iranian newspaper spotlight on Monday. The response by Vice-President for Supervision and Strategic Affairs Mohammad Bagher Nobakht to those who had questioned government stats about economic growth was splashed across the front pages of dailies. Drawing as much attention was the repeal by the UK of an asset freeze on five Iranian entities and a businessman following an EU court verdict.

Abrar-e Eghtesadi: “General Electric – a US corporation – is set to do business with Iran.”

 

Abrare eghtesadi newspaper 10 - 06


Afkar: “President Rouhani is to visit Tehran University.” His visit on Tuesday October 7 is to mark the opening of the academic year.

 

Afkar newspaper 10 - 06


Aftab-e Yazd: Allegations that Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif does not have the best interests of the Islamic Republic at heart are invented by those who are afraid of a final deal between Iran and P5+1 as nuclear talks approach a crucial stage.

 

Aftabe yazd newspaper 10 - 06


Arman-e Emrooz: “There is a good relationship between Khatami and the Supreme Leader,” said Sadegh Kharazi, an advisor to former President Mohammad Khatami.

Arman-e Emrooz: “Throwing obstacles is the result of apprehension on the part of those who are concerned,” said Mohsen Safaei Farahani, a senior reformist.

 

Armane emruz newspaper 10 - 06


Asr-e Iranian: “Sharif Satellite [an Iranian-built satellite] is poised for liftoff.”

 

Asre iranian newspaper 10 - 06


Asrar: “It would take a miracle to unite principlists under the leadership of Ayatollah Mesbah-Yazdi,” a principlist politician said.

Asrar: “A majority of MPs back Iran’s nuclear negotiating team,” said the deputy foreign minister.

 

Asrar newspaper 10 - 06


Ebtekar: The change in Ahmadinejad’s attitude toward Seyyed Hassan Khomeini may stem from his ambitions to return to power and win over the reformists along the way.

Ebtekar: “‘Navaei, Navaei’ [a hit record by Gholamali Poor-Ataei] died away.”The headline refers to the passing of the Iranian folklore singer and Dotar player on October 4.

Ebtekar: “The Islamic Revolution Stability Front flexes its muscles for the critics.”

 

Ebtekar newspaper10-06


Etemad: “The name of Ahmadinejad has lost its novelty,” said principlist Deputy Speaker Mohammad Reza Bahonar.

Etemad: “We have not held any talks with America about Afghanistan,” said the Iranian ambassador to Afghanistan.

 

Etemad newspaper 10 - 06


Ettela’at: In a phone conversation with the Emir of Qatar, President Rouhani invited leaders of regional nations to take coordinated action against terrorism.

Ettela’at: “The liquidity growth in Iran has lost steam.”

Etela’at: “The retired who are insured by the Welfare and Social Security Organization are to get free healthcare.”

 

Etelaat newspaper 10 - 06


Farhikhtegan: Those whose interests at Islamic Azad University took a hit when its leadership was replaced [under the new government] are calling for sit-in strikes rather than research.

 

Farhikhtegan newspaper 10 - 06


Hadaf va Eghtesad: “Iran’s air fleet needs 300 new airliners.”

 

Hadafo eghtesad newspaper 10 - 06


Haft-e Sobh: “The number of medals [secured in the Asian Games in Incheon] suggests that Iranian sportswomen have an edge over their male counterparts.”

 

Hafte sobh newspaper 10 - 06


Hemayat: “The public should not be worried about Ebola,” said the health minister. His comment came in reaction to worries that the infectious disease may fly its way into Iran on board planes carrying back Hajj pilgrims from Saudi Arabia.

Hemayat: “With supervision tightening, we won’t let the image of the Judiciary be tarnished,” said Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadegh Larijani.

 

Hemayat newspaper 10 - 06


Iran quoted the government spokesperson as saying that $1.7 billion is to be allocated to bolster production.

 

Iran newspaper 10 - 06


Jamejam: “[Male] gold medalists of Incheon are exempted from military service.”

 

Jame jam newspaper 10 - 06


Javan: “The countdown is on to a humanitarian crisis in Kobani in spite of US-led coalition attacks against ISIL; 45,000 Kurds are besieged by ISIL and Turkey.”

 

Javan newspaper 10 - 06


Jomhouri Islami: “A comprehensive deal between Iran and P5+1 is in the offing,” said a number of international observers.

 

Jomhurie eslami newspaper 10-06


Kaenat: “Divisions are deepening between Obama and Netanyahu over Iran.”

 

Kaenat newspaper 10 - 06


Kayhan: “The license of polluting industries will be revoked.”

 

Kayhan newspaper 10 - 06


Shahrvand: “Two provinces are inundated; [the much-anticipated] rainfall came down in buckets.”

 

Shahrvand newspaper 10 - 06


Sharq: “Iran’s nuclear dossier will come to a good end,” said the speaker of the Irish Upper House of Parliament.

 

Shargh newspaper 10 - 06


Tafahom: “The wind power plant of Manjil [a city in Gilan Province] becomes the largest wind farm in the Middle East.”

Tafahom: “Mohammad Bagher Nobakht reacts to comments by those who doubt the authenticity of government economic growth statistics.”

 

Tafahom newspaper10-06

Emad Askarieh
Emad Askarieh has worked as a journalist since 2002. The main focus of his work is foreign policy and world diplomacy. He started his career at Iran Front Page Media Group, and is currently serving as the World Editor and the Vice-President for Executive Affairs at the Iran Front Page (IFP) news website.
   
   

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