Iran English language newspaper headlines on Thursday, 04-09-2014

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Ukraine, Russia agree on cease-fire process

Ukraine’s beleaguered President Petro Poroshenko announced on Wednesday that he and Russia’s Vladimir Putin had agreed to a “permanent cease-fire” in the east of the former Soviet country.

NAM denounces ISIL crimes against Iraqi people

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) strongly condemned crimes committed by the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group against the Iraqi people as the group beheaded another American journalist in Iraq.

Zarif in Rome on last leg of European tour

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in the Italian capital of Rome on Wednesday on the last leg of his three-nation European tour to hold key talks with senior officials.

Yemeni protesters threaten to escalate demonstrations

Houthis in Yemen took to the streets of the capital in the thousands on Wednesday as they threatened to escalate their protests and rejected a deal from the president aimed at defusing weeks of tensions.

Iran refugee ‘brain dead’ in Australia due to medical neglect

An Iranian asylum seeker has been declared brain dead by an Australian hospital after suffering septicemia due to a lack of medical attention in a detention center in Papua New Guinea, reports said.


Iran has ideas to address all concerns in nuclear talks

A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator said his country has ideas for every existing problem in nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers.


Three indigenous choppers awaiting mass production permit

Iran has designed and built three helicopters which have passed all tests and are now waiting for licensing for mass production, Managing Director of Iran’s Helicopter Renovation and Logistics Company (PANHA) said.

Rouhani: Gov’t duty-bound to follow up Leader’s guidelines

President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday said that the government is committed to fulfill the guidelines of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.


Iran denies closure of cultural centers in Sudan

Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian dismissed reports about the closure of Iran’s cultural centers in Sudan, saying there are hands at work to harm friendly relations between the two countries.