Iran English language newspaper headlines on Monday, 11-12-2017

Iran Daily

Next year’s budget bill submitted to Parliament
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday submitted the budget bill for the next Iranian fiscal year to the Parliament, which maintains a cap on monthly subsidy payments to public and allocates part of the Subsidy Reform spending to health care and reduction of poverty.

Iran should benefit from JCPOA
President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday expressed dissatisfaction over the benefits Iran is deriving from the 2015 nuclear deal, as he met British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in Tehran.

UK won’t pay Brexit bill if no trade deal agreed
Brexit Secretary David Davis said Sunday Britain will not honor financial commitments agreed this week with the European Union if they fail to secure a future trade deal, contradicting finance minister Philip Hammond.

Iraq holds military parade to celebrate victory over Daesh
Iraq’s Armed Forces held a military parade in Baghdad on Sunday to celebrate the victory announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi over Daesh.

New protests flare over Trump’s declaration
New protests flared in the Middle East and elsewhere on Sunday over US President Donald Trump’s declaration of Beit-ul-Moqaddas as Israel’s capital, a move that has drawn global condemnation.

Salehi, Johnson discuss nuclear deal, banking ties
Boris Johnson, the UK foreign secretary, underlined Iran’s importance in the region and also reiterated his country’s support for maintaining the nuclear agreement Tehran struck with P5+1 group countries in 2015.

Rouhani: Iran to embrace Saudi if it stops bombing Yemen, cuts Israel ties
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran could restore its relations with Saudi Arabia should the kingdom end its military aggression on Yemen and cut its friendship with the Tel Aviv regime.

Rouhani to attend OIC summit on Beit-ul-Moqaddas in Istanbul
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is scheduled to travel to Turkey on Tuesday to participate in an extraordinary meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) organized to coordinate a response to the recent US move on Beit-ul-Moqaddas (Jerusalem).

Tehran Times

Employment takes center stage in $284b budget bill
President Hassan Rouhani presented the administration’s draft of the national budget bill for the next Iranian calendar year 1397, which starts on March 21, 2018, to the Majlis.

Gazans burn photos of Saudi king, crown prince
Palestinians come out in force in the Gaza Strip to protest the United States recognition of al-Quds (Jerusalem) as Israel’s “capital,” burning the pictures of American and the House of Saud regime heads of state.

Rouhani says Iran must enjoy nuclear deal benefits
In a meeting with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in Tehran on Sunday, President Hassan Rouhani said Iran must enjoy the benefits of the nuclear deal.

Jerusalem al-Quds victim of division among Muslims
For a generation whose spirit and body are linked to the Palestinian cause, these days are hard and bitter.

Waste management has come to a head
The issue of waste management in Iran has reached a critical stage and actions have to be taken in no time.

Larijani urges unified action to isolate U.S. for Trump’s ‘foolish’ decision
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has called on Muslim countries to end their ties with the United States over President Donald Trump’s “foolish” decision to recognize al-Quds (Jerusalem) as the capital of the Zionist regime.

Trump loyalist to take Iran policy job at State Department
The Trump administration plans to install a political appointee at the State Department to a key position managing policy on Iran and Iraq, a move that will replace a career diplomat with a loyal supporter of the president, Foreign Policy reported on Saturday.

President urges Saudi to stop bowing to Israel
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran said on Sunday that Saudi Arabia should stop bombarding Yemen
and begging to have ties with the Zionist regime of Israel.