Iran English language newspaper headlines on Wednesday, 10-12-2014

Iran Daily


President: State sponsors of terror must end support for terrorists

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said state sponsors of terrorism must cut off direct and indirect financial assistance to terrorists and cooperate with the victims of terrorism.


Over 150 arrested in California demos against police violence

More than 150 protesters were arrested in California Monday night after shutting down a major freeway in another outbreak of nationwide demonstrations against police use of deadly force on minorities.


Russia warns against US missile bases in East Europe

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned that Moscow will show an adequate response to the US deployment of a costly missile system in Eastern Europe.


AEOI stresses Tehran’s commitment to Geneva deal

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi underlined Tehran’s commitment to the contents of the Geneva agreement between Iran and world powers, and said the country will not inject UF6 gas into its newly-developed IR8 centrifuges before the end of its nuclear talks with the world powers.


President meets guests of WAVE confab

President Hassan Rouhani has met a number of foreign officials attending an international conference on the World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE) in Tehran.


Iran, Russia sign deal on anti-drug cooperation

Iran and Russia have signed a document as a joint plan of action to fight the production and trafficking of illicit drugs.


Tehran Times


Violence-free world can be realized through cooperation: Rouhani

Iranian Pres- ident Hassan Rouhani has said that a world without violence can be realized through govern- ments’ cooperation and coordinated policy making.


Iran, Iraq, Syria hold tripartite talks

Irani- an Foreign Minis- ter Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Syrian and Iraqi counterparts Walid Moallem and Ibrahim Jafari held tri- lateral talks in Tehran on Tuesday on the latest regional and international issues.


U.S. rejects reports Iran is cheating on its commitments

The U.S. State Department on Mon- day insisted that Iran is still in com- pliance with its nuclear obligations as Tehran and the 5+1 group coun- tries try to negotiate an end to dis- pute over Iran’s nuclear program.


Iran, Germany discuss ways to boost bilateral trade

A high-ranking German business delegation visited Tehran on December 6-9 to discuss with their Iranian counterparts and government officials ways for further expansion of bilateral economic ties.


Hague-based ICC accepts Palestine’s status

The International Criminal Court accepted the status of Pales- tine, clearing the way for war crimes in the occupied territories to be investigated.


One killed in Bahrain blast, second bomb in two days

An explosion killed a Bahraini citizen and wounded an expatriate man on Tuesday, the Interior Ministry said on its Twitter account, in the second fatal attack in the Persian Gulf Arab state in two days.


Violence-free world can be realized through cooperation: Rouhani

Commenting on the proposal he made at the UN General Assembly session in 2013, Rouhani said that the UN member states overwhelming vote ap- proving the proposal indicates the importance all countries attach to countering violence.


Nuclear chief says Iran remains committed to Geneva accord

Tehran says it will not inject UF6 gas into its newly developed IR-8 centrifuges before the end of its nuclear talks with the world powers, and stays fully committed to the contents of the Geneva agreement.

Iran to test-fire new missile, radar systems

Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Unit will test-fire new domes- tically produced missile and radar systems later this month.


Rouhani wishes eradication of terror in Afghanistan

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has expressed hope that unity would result in eradication of terrorism, vio- lence, and extremism in Afghanistan.