A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on September 11

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 19 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Iranian newspapers on Sunday covered the construction of the second and third units of Bushehr nuclear power plant in southern Iran, which was started on Saturday based on a deal between Tehran and Moscow.

They also highlighted a recent truce announced by the US and Russia, which is going to be enforced as of Monday in the war-hit Syria.

The issue of Iran’s interaction with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has also remained a top story in Iranian media outlets.

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



1- 100 ISIS Commanders and Members Killed in Iraqi Army’s Attack on Al-Anbar Province

2- UNSC Condemns North Korea’s Nuclear Test

3- Guardian Council Spokesman: Supreme National Security Council Should Decide on FATF

4- Nuclear Chief: New Reactors in Bushehr Will Be Completed in 10 Years

5- Trump: If I Become the US President, Iranian Intruding Boats Will Be Shot

6- US and Russia Establish Joint Base to Attack ISIS


Abrar-e Eqtesadi:

1- Cars with +2,500cc Engines Will Be Put in Auction in 15 Days: Government’s 4 Scenarios for Import of Luxury Cars

2- China to Build Iran’s Biggest Oil Refinery

3- Free Trade Zones to Be Banned from Importing Consumer Goods



1- Iran’s Shamkhani Slams the Ignorant Arrogance in Riyadh Rulers’ Behaviours

2- First VP: Construction of Second Nuclear Power Plant in Bushehr Is a Symbol of JCPOA


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Trusting the Russians Once Again! [Construction of 2nd and 3rd units of Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant was started on Saturday based on a deal between Tehran and Moscow]

2- Spokesman Says Parliament’s Plan to Limit Guardian Council’s Authorities over Elections Was against Iran’s Constitution


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Reformist MP: Rouhani’s Main Supporters Have Been Left Aside

2- Outspoken Conservative Critic: If Rouhani Prosecutes the Violators of Law, He’ll Win Next Year’s Elections

3- Air Pollution in Iran Causes $22.5bn in Damage per Year: World Bank



1- Fox News Claims US Has Paid $33.6bn to Iran

2- Syria to Celebrate Eid al-Adha with Ceasefire

3- Reformist Cleric: We Won’t Choose Anyone but Rouhani under Any Circumstances



1- Nuclear Chief: We Owe Zarif for Current Circumstances

2- VP: Government Has No Red Line in Confronting Violations of Law

3- Guardian Council Spokesman: FATF Was Proposed in 2010



1- Beginning of New Ceasefire in Syria: Kerry and Lavrov Agree on a New Work Plan



1- Beginning of Construction of 2 New Units in Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant

2- Prosecutor-General of Tehran: Smuggling of Goods Is Considered as Economic Corruption



1- Belgrade-Tehran Cooperation: Mayors of Tehran and Belgrade Sign MoU between Two Cities



1- 50% of Iran’s Economy Can’t Be Monitored: Reformist Politician

2- Conservatives’ Silence over Municipality’s Alleged House Sales Was Not Good: Outspoken Figure Tavakkoli

3- 88 Comprehensive Health Centres Built in Sistan and Baluchestan



1- $10bn Project to Add New Units to Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant

2- US Agrees to Fight Terrorists on Paper: Kerry-Lavrov Deal for Syria Truce

3- We Should Have Exercised More Care in Preparing JCPOA [So as to prevent the US from abusing its interpretability]


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- Senior Clerics Emphasize Al Saud’s Incompetence in Hajj Management

2- Palestinian Resistance Figure: Saudi Mufti’s Remarks Indicate Al Saud’s Fanaticism and Ignorance



1- FATF Implementation Requires Parliament’s Approval: Guardian Council

2- Cuba: We’ve Achieved ‘Almost Nothing’ from Our Ties with the US

3- Former World Bank Official to Kayhan: Clinton and Trump Are Both Soldiers of Israel

4- Zionist Military’s New Agenda: Shooting Palestinian Youths in Their Eyes



1- Killing the Time or True Ceasefire? US-Russia Deal ahead of Eid al-Adha

2- Iranian Banks Earn $3.3bn in Revenue out of Late Fees



1- Nuclear Chief Salehi: Iran-Russia Ties Are Progressing towards Strategic Relations

2- Sergei Krinko: We Have Two Celebrations; Final Delivery of Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant’s 1st Unit, and Beginning of Units 2 and 3

3- Senior Cleric: How Can We Have Good Neighbourliness with a Regime that Is Pioneer of Extremism and Sedition?


Setareh Sobh:

1- Editor-in-Chief of Kayhan: Ahmadinejad Was Also Looking for Ties with US

2- Iran’s Accession to FATF Has Been Approved by Guardian Council: Spokesman



1- Disarmament: Remaining MKO Terrorists Evicted from Iraq; 280 MKO Members Head for Europe

2- Nuclear Chief Salehi: Nuclear Industry, a Symbol of Iran-Russia Strategic Ties

3- MP: Reformists Will Win Elections Even If Conservatives Build Coalitions


Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- Diplomacy is Weak: Grand Ayatollahs Underline the Need for All-Out Follow-up of Mina Tragedy Case and Punishment of Al Saud

2- A Quick Overview of Life in Saudi Arabia: Biggest Violator of Human Rights

3- Obama Couldn’t Defeat Assad: US-Russia Deal on Syria Truce and Joint Attacks on Terrorists



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