A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Feb. 9

Iranian Newspapers Headlines
Iranian Newspapers Headlines

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 15 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Supreme Leader’s expression of support for a nuclear deal that would guarantee the dignity and progress of the Iranian nation and lift all sanctions “in the real sense of the word,” dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers Monday. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s comments that failure to clinch a nuclear deal “wouldn’t be the end of the world” along with President Rouhani’s reaction to critics of his nuclear policy also appeared on the covers of dailies.

 

Abrar: “Failure of nuclear talks wouldn’t be the end of the world,” the Iranian FM said.

Abrar: The impeachment of [Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas] Akhoundi has been set in motion.

 

Abrar newspaper-02-08-2015


Abrar-e Eghtesadi: Trade exchanges between Iran and Italy will rise.

 

Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper-02-08-2015


Afarinesh: A dust cloud has forced the closedown of schools and government offices in Khuzestan Province.

 

Afarinesh newspaper-02-08-2015


Afkar: A second phase of the war to sell oil cheap has gotten underway.

 

Afkar newspaper-02-08-2015


Aftab-e Yazd: “Learn how to be a real critic,” the president told those critical of his government’s nuclear policy.

 

Aftabe Yazd newspaper-02-08-2015


Arman-e Emrooz: “I would approve of a good deal,” said the Supreme Leader.

Arman-e Emrooz: What a stroll leads to is important

President Rouhani made the comment in reaction to principlists who have been coming down on his foreign minister for taking a walk with US Secretary of State John Kerry on the streets of Geneva last month.

 

Armane Emrooz newspaper-02-08-2015


Asrar: “Extension of talks would not serve anyone’s interests,” said Zarif.

Asrar: Copayment of individuals with Social Security insurance is to drop to zero.

 

Asrar newspaper-02-08-2015


Ettela’at: “We aim to have all sanctions removed,” said Foreign Minister Zarif.

 

Ettelaat newspaper-02-08-2015


Iran: “Time is right for a deal with Iran,” says Zarif [in a statement aimed at P5+1].

Iran: “We should not sideline the elite under one pretext or another,” said President Rouhani.

Iran newspaper-02-08-2015


Jomhouri Islami: “By acting wisely, we can achieve all goals of the revolution,” said Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani.

 

Jomhouri Eslami newspaper-02-08-2015


Kaenat: Two companies alone account for 70 percent of all car imports.

Kaenat: Some 26 percent of addicts use psychedelic drugs.

 

Kaenat newspaper-02-08-2015


Kayhan: “Sanctions should be lifted in the real sense of the word,’ said the Supreme Leader.

 

Kayhan newspaper-02-08-2015


Resalat: “A nuclear deal should be transparent and come in one single stage,” said the Supreme Leader.

 

Resaalat newspaper-02-08-2015


Tafahom: The likelihood of a drop in interest rates in Iran [this year] has fallen to zero.

 

Tafahom newspaper-02-08-2015


Tejarat: “In 2015 Iranian economy will grow and inflation will decline,” predicted Business Monitor.

 

Tejarat newspaper-02-08-2015

 

   
   

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