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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Wednesday, 22-11-2017

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No way for renegotiating Iran nuclear deal
The European Union believes that renegotiation on Iran’s nuclear deal will not be possible, a senior EU official said on Tuesday.

President Rouhani raps ‘worn-out’ Arab League
Yesterday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani slammed the Arab League’s double standards in addressing regional issues, particularly its silence on the Saudi crimes during its brutal war against Yemen.

Zimbabwe President Mugabe resigns amid impeachment hearing
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe resigned Tuesday, ending nearly four decades of rule in the southern African country.

Iran’s Soleimani congratulates Leader on end of Daesh
Major General Qassem Soleimani, who commands the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), congratulated the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on the collapse of the Daesh terror group in Iraq and Syria.

Qatar warns of ‘dark ages’ in Middle East
Warning of “dark ages” in the Middle East, Qatar’s foreign minister on Monday accused its neighbors of perpetuating “drama and discord” as part of a “dangerous game of power”.

Putin meets Assad ahead of Syria talks with Iran, Turkey
President Vladimir Putin said the Russian Army had “saved Syria as a state” after meeting with his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad, as Syrian forces took an upper hand terrorist groups.

Iran, Russia, Turkey military chiefs meet in Sochi
Military chiefs of Iran, Russia and Turkey held trilateral talks in the Russian Black Sea resort city of Sochi to coordinate a common counterterrorism strategy in Syria.

Rouhani: France can play productive role in Middle East
France can play a productive role in the Middle East by taking a “realistic and impartial approach”, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in a phone call on Tuesday, according to Iranian state media.

Iran: US war failed to end violence in Afghanistan
Iran’s ambassador to the UN said more than a decade on, the US’s so-called war on terror has failed to uproot violence and extremism in Afghanistan and the entire world, calling on the international community to help the Kabul government with its fight against terrorism.

Zarif: Iran ready to ship relief aid to Syria, Yemen
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that Iran is ready to send humanitarian relief aid to Syria and Yemen.

Tehran Times

Iran’s Soleimani declares promised fall of ISIS
In a message to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei published on Sepah News
website on Tuesday, Major General Qassem Soleimani, the commander of Iran’s Quds Force, declared the end of Daesh (ISIS).

Istanbul University remembers Iranian poet Shahriar
Istanbul University commemorated Mohammad-Hossein Behjat Tabrizi, the prominent contemporary Iranian poet who is known by his pseudonym Shahriar, during a symposium at the Faculty of Letters on Monday.

Rouhani criticizes Arab League’s inaction on Daesh
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday harshly criticized the Arab League’s inaction in the face of savage acts by Daesh in Syria, calling it a “worn-out” and “ineffective” body.

Iran proposes inclusion of water-related issues in COP 24
In its country statement at Bonn Climate Change Conference (COP 23) Iran has proposed the inclusion of the issue of water in the agenda of COP 24.

U.S. power is declining: Nicholas Onuf
Professor Nicholas Onuf, a primary figure among constructivists in international relations, tells the Tehran Times that U.S. power is declining, and has been for some time, whether Trump likes it or not.

Shahram Nazeri, Kamkars perform quake relief concert
Legendary Iranian vocalist Shahram Nazeri and the Kamkars performed a joint fundraising concert for
the victims of the devastating earthquake in their homeland of Kermanshah at the Grand Hall of the Interior Ministry in Tehran on Monday.

All sides obliged to respect nuclear deal: EU’s Helga Schmid
Helga Schmid, the European Union’s deputy political director, said on Tuesday that the 2015 nuclear deal is not renegotiable and all signatories are obliged to respect it.

St. Olaf College students voice desire for friendship with Iran
St. Olaf College in U.S. celebrated World Philosophy Day on Nov. 16 with 3,000 students who expressed a desire for friendship between the Iranian and American people independent of the policies of the U.S. government.

Leader to Soleimani: You did great service to humanity by destroying Daesh
Thanking the Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani for congratulating him on the fall of Daesh in both Syria and Iraq, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution issued a message in which he said the defeat of Daesh dealt a great blow not only to this sinister and repressive group it also came as greater blow to those who created civil war in the region with the aim of destroying the anti-Zionist groups and weakening independent governments.

U.S. terribly failed to end violence in Afghanistan, Iranian diplomat says
Iran’s ambassador to the UN says more than a decade on, the U.S. so-called war on terror has failed to uproot violence and extremism in Afghanistan and the rest of the world, calling on the international community to help the Kabul government with its fight against terrorism.