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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Thursday , 21-11-2013

Iran Daily 

 

Iran, P5+1 in new attempt to reach deal

Representatives from Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany began a new round of negotiations in Geneva on Wednesday.

 

Leader supports talks,says won’t back down from rights

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that Iran will not back down an iota from its rights, including its nuclear rights, and will never give in to pressure.

 

Kerry: our hearts go out to Iranian people

Condemnations began to pour in after the deadly attack on Iran’s Embassy in Beirut that left 25 people dead on Tuesday.

 

Iran rejects UN rights resolution

Iran on Wednesday slammed a draft resolution by a United Nations General Assembly committee over human rights situation in the country.

 

Iraq car bombs, shootings kill dozens

A wave of attacks, most of them car bombs targeting Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad, killed 43 people on Wednesday in the latest bout of deadly violence to hit Iraq.

 

Threats to global economy

What if the economies of China and India—the world’s two major growth engines—slowed suddenly and dramatically?
Is the world prepared for such an event? How far would the collateral damage extend? Perhaps most importantly, what are the chances of a crash in Asia?

 

Extremism will engulf world if unchecked

Iran’s foreign minister has warned that unless a global campaign is launched to check extremism in the Middle East, the ramifications of the phenomenon will engulf the entire world.

 

Indonesia supportive of Iran’s N-program

Indonesia’s top parliamentarian, on Wednesday, threw his country’s support behind Iran’s nuclear energy program.

 

Swiss FM backs Iran-powers talks

Swiss Foreign Ministry spokesman Stefan von Below voiced his country’s support for a political solution to Iran’s nuclear standoff with the West.

 

US to unfreeze billions of Iran’s funds under nuclear deal

The US administration has announced it would unfreeze $10 billion of Iran’s money under a nuclear deal, which President Barack Obama warned will not necessarily be closed ‘this or next week’.