A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on October 6

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday and picked headlines from 24 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Newspapers on Thursday covered the ongoing developments in Iraq and Syria, where the US, Russia, and Turkey are on the verge of a conflict among themselves ahead of an operation to liberate the ISIS-held Mosul in Iraq.

The remarks made by the CEO of Peugeot-Citroen, the French car-maker, about the compensation paid to Iran also received good coverage.

President Hassan Rouhani’s ongoing visit to the Southeast Asia was also a top story today.

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



1- Iraqi PM’s Warning to Turkey and Possibility of Regional Conflict

2- Rouhani: Development of Asian Cooperation Is of Great Importance to Iran

3- 2m Yemeni Children Deprived of Education: UNICEF



1- IRGC Warns Saudi Arabia

2- Iran Seeks to End Takfiri Sedition in Region: Larijani

3- Boeing Not to Deliver Any Plane to Iran This Year

4- Ban Ki-moon’s Biased Report about Iran Human Rights


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Increase in Iran’s GDP after JCPOA

2- IMF Predicts Iran’s Inflation Rate Will Be 9.2% on Average This Year and Next Year

3- We Paid Compensation to Iran: Peugeot-Citroen CEO


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Reformists in Rouhani’s Think-Tank

2- If Rouhani Reshuffles His Cabinet, It’ll Be a Good Point for Him in Next Elections: Reformist Figure

3- Ayatollah Rafsanjani: Human Beings Are Getting Closer to Rationality Today

4- Analyst: Rouhani’s Presence in East Asia Is a Warning to the West



1- Don’t Approach Iran: IRGC’s Warning to Saudi Warships

2- Iran and Japan Start Banking Cooperation

3- Bahonar Criticizes Those Who Are Running for Presidential Elections Every Time

4- NATO’s Plan for Attack on Syria with 800 Fighter Jets

5- German Minister’s Visit to Iran Means They Have Ignored Their Own Pre-Conditions: Hamshahri



1- 21st Century Belongs to Asia: Rouhani

2- A Report on Canals in Tehran Which Have Turned to Shelters for Junkies

3- Turkey’s Foot in Iraq’s Shoes: Conflict Breaks Out between Two Neighbours



1- Bahonar’s Advice to Conservatives: Those Who Weren’t Successful in Previous Elections Should Better Refrain from Running Again



1- UN: Hundreds of Thousands of War-Hit Children in Yemen Are Hungry

2- Foreign Ministry Spokesman: UN’s Report about Iran’s Human Rights Is Invalid

3- 100,000 Added to Iran’s Population Each Month: Official


Haft-e Sobh:

1- Peugeot to Produce 200,000 Cars in Iran Each Year

2- No One Liked German Vice-Chancellor

3- From Rasht to Rhine: 20 Interesting Points about Professor Majid Samii



1- Cars That Pollute the Air Won’t Be Allowed in Tehran Anymore

2- Economy Minister: We Wasted Our Money by Paying Cash Subsidies



1- US Is Cheerfully Supporting Wahhabi Terrorists: Larijani

2- Ban Ki-moon’s Unsubstantiated Claim in His Last Day!

3- Peugeot CEO: We Paid Compensation to Iran, and Its Amount Is Secret

4- Argument over Iran’s Nuclear Program: Hot Presidential Debate between Clinton and Trump’s First VPs

5- Secular Thoughts Aimed at Removing Abrahamic Religions Are Regrettable: Iran Official



1- Southeast Asia, the Destination of Iran’s Economic Diplomacy

2- $6.6bn Improvement in Iran’s Food Trade Balance

3- Big Scandal for Yahoo


Jame Jam:

1- US Sabotage in Banking Transactions

2- Looking at the East, Working with the Wes: President Rouhani in Southeast Asia

3- Deprived Provinces, the First to Take Part in Online Census

4- The Challenge of Children Having the Final Say in Families



1- US and Russia Moving towards Conflict in Syria

2- IRGC: Saudis Shouldn’t Even Approach Iran’s Territorial Waters

3- 29 Wounded in a Fight after Iranian Singer’s Concert


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- New Round of Rouhani’s Diplomacy for Expansion of Ties with East Asia

2- Iran’s 22-Rank Improvement in World Inflation Ranking

3- Joint Plot by US and Saudi Arabia to Attack Syria Revealed



1- Spirit of New Oil Contracts Is Based on Being Pawns for Foreigners

2- Iraqi Popular Forces: We’ll See Turkish Military the Same as ISIS

3- 4 Pakistani Pilgrims Killed in Takfiris’ Armed Attack on Shiites’ Bus



1- Iran’s Central Bank Governor Criticizes Europe’s Silence over US Violation of Its Commitments

2- USA’s New Gift to ISIS: American Fighters Attack Iraqi Popular Forces on Verge of Mosul Liberation

3- Khorasan’s Interview with Master Farshchian in the US

4- Peugeot Vows to Compensate for the Past


Mardom Salari:

1- Cyberspace: Cultural Shock or Cultural Prosperity?

2- Rumours of World War in Syria: NATO Fighters Getting Prepared on Pentagon’s Order

3- Imam Hussein’s Movement Showed that Not Any Dirty Means Should Be Used to Achieve One’s Goals



1- 40,000 Green Clothes Sewed in Imam Reza Shrine for Infants Taking Part in Muharram Mourning Ceremonies [their parents want them to wear similar clothes to Imam Hussein’s infant Ali Asghar]



1- Presence of Nationals from 80 Countries in Syria Is a Threat to Global Peace: Leader’s Advisor

2- Larijani: There’s a Goal behind US Adventures in Middle East

3- Iran Has the Option to Return to Pre-JCPOA Era: Bahonar

4- Chief of Iran’s Human Rights Office: We’ve Guaranteed Civil Rights



1- A Curve as Wide as Human Beings: October 7, World Day of Smile



1- Iran’s High Speed in Controlling Non-Communicable Diseases

2- No to Any Age Discrimination: World Day of the Elderly



1- Peugeot CEO Apologizes to Iranian People: We’re Sorry, We Were Victims of the Sanctions



1- Yellow Condition in Persian Gulf: IRGC Issues Warning to Saudi Military Drills

2- Guterres Becomes UN’s Secretary General

3- Rouhani Won’t Be Our Candidate for Sure: Conservative Figure


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