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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Saturday, 07-09-2013

Tehran Times

 

U.S. will suffer loss if it attacks Syria: Leader

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said that the United States will definitely suffer loss if it attacks Syria over the alleged use of chemical weapons by Syrian government forces on insurgents.

 

Iran’s Zarif, EU’s Ashton to discuss nuclear talks at UN

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Iran is ready to take measures to solve the dispute over the country’s nuclear program.

 

EU wrongly imposed sanctions on 7 Iranian companies, court rules

The European Union wrongly imposed sanctions against seven Iranian companies as part of efforts to stop the country’s nuclear program, the bloc’s second highest court ruled on Friday.

 

Russia sends another navy ship towards Syria

Russia is sending the naval landing ship Nikolai Filchenkov to the eastern Mediterranean, state news agency Interfax said on Friday, reinforcing its presence near
Syria.

 

Foreign Ministry has better experts to handle nuclear talks: MP

Senior Iranian lawmaker Seyyed Hossein Naqavi Hosseini says that President Hassan Rohani’s recent decision to task the Foreign Ministry with leading the nuclear talks does not mean that the case has been fully transferred to the diplomatic apparatus.

 

Egypt set for legal action against Brotherhood as protests promised

Egypt’s army-backed government has decided to annul the Muslim Brotherhood’s legal registration within days, a newspaper said on Friday, pressing a crackdown on deposed President Mohamed Morsi’s movement.

 

China urges UN role on Syria after U.S. gives up

China’s Foreign Ministry urged a role for the UN Security Council in resolving the crisis in Syria on Friday after the United States said it had given up trying to work with the council on Syria, accusing Russia of holding it hostage.

 

Iranian Majlis speaker, Turkmen president call for stronger ties

Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has said Iran is ready to expand ties with Turkmenistan in various areas.

 

West to hold back from targeting Iran at UN nuclear meeting: diplomats

Western powers will refrain from raising pressure on Iran at a UN nuclear meeting next week to give its new moderate president time to show he is serious
about moves to reduce tensions over the country’s nuclear program, Reuters quoted Western diplomats as saying on Thursday.

 

Iran condemns Nazi killing of Jews and Zionists’ atrocities against Palestinians: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Iran condemns the killing of Jews by Nazis during the Second World War as it denounces similar actions being committed against Palestinians by the Zionist regime of Israel.