Iran English language newspaper headlines on Tuesday, 17-06-2014

Iran Daily

Iran, US, EU top negotiators meet in Geneva

Iran and the P5+1 group have started the new round of talks over Tehran’s nuclear program in Vienna.

years of South Africa’s freedom commemorated 20

South African Embassy held a seminar at the Iranian Center for International Studies Hall to celebrate 20 years of South Africa’s freedom.


Iran: Iraqis can handle ongoing crisis

The Iraqi military and people can very well handle the crisis in the country and defeat the terrorist group of the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), said a deputy foreign minister.

Russia cuts Ukraine’s gas after failure in talks

Europe risked gas supply disruptions on Monday after Russia rejected an eleventh-hour compromise deal with Ukraine and cut its supplies in a feud that has further fractured East-West relations.

ISIL to be fully crushed within months

The so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a terrorist group operating in Iraq and Syria, drew international attention when it stepped up its operations in the two Arab countries in the past few months. But it’s been dominating the headlines since last week when it captured Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, as well as several other cities and towns in the north, in a major military offensive.

Challenges facing protection of Caspian aquatics

Over the past two decades, the Caspian Sea has become increasingly exposed to pollution from industrial and oil wastes.


Zarif, Hague discuss Iraq crisis

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and UK Foreign Secretary William Hague have discussed the ongoing crisis in Iraq.


Iraqi Kurdistan PM meets SNSC secretary

Prime Minister of Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Nechirvan Barzani Monday held talks with Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani on the latest developments in crisis-hit Iraq.

VP: Iran set to develop nuclear know-how

Iranian First Vice President has reaffirmed the Islamic Republic’s right to nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, saying the country will spare no effort to further develop its nuclear know-how.

Iran cradle of medical science

Iran is the true origin of medical science, which was initiated by Avicenna and spread throughout the world, observed a distinguished Iranian neurosurgeon Majid Samii in a ceremony commemorating the most highly experienced doctors and elites of Yazd province.