Iran English language newspaper headlines on Monday, 13-07-2015


Iran Daily


Deal on the anvil awaiting final stroke

After more than two weeks of marathon negotiations, Iran and six world powers appeared close to a historic agreement over Tehran’s nuclear program as officials on Sunday were hopeful of a deal.


Trade delegations visiting Iran up 133% in a quarter

An official with the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPO) said the number of foreign trade delegations that visited Iran during the three months to June 22 has increased by 133 percent.


MP: Negotiators will stay to reach deal

A member of the Majlis predicted that Iran and six world powers, known as the P5+1, will reach a nuclear deal in Vienna.


Turkey ex-president urges ‘more realistic’ foreign policy

Turkey’s former president Abdullah Gul called for the country to pursue a “more realistic” foreign policy, in one of his most significant.


Saudi jets pound Yemen despite truce

Saudi warplanes bombarded Yemeni cities at dawn Sunday, witnesses said, in a new blow to a UN-proposed truce in the impoverished country where millions are threatened with famine.


Leader: No halt to fight against arrogance

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said the United States is ‘absolute embodiment’ of arrogance.


President: Nuclear talks prove Tehran favors interaction

President Hassan Rouhani said the nuclear talks with the P5+1 countries proved Iran favors reasoning and interaction regardless of the outcome of the negotiations.


MPs praise nuclear negotiators’ resistance

More than 200 Iranian lawmakers praised nuclear negotiators’ resistance in talks with world powers, which are underway in Austria’s capital.


Tehran Times


Leader: Campaign against arrogance not stoppable

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said that the Iranian people should be ready to continue fight against “arrogance”. The Leader made the remarks during a meeting with university students in Tehran on Saturday afternoon.


Diplomats say nuclear deal is close

Negotiators plan to announce on Monday that they have reached agreement on a historic deal on Iran’s nuclear program, diplomats told The Associated Press on Sunday.


“Hussein, Who Said No” coming to liven up Iranian theaters for Id al-Fitr

“Hussein, Who Said No”, director Ahmadreza Darvish’s movie about the uprising of Imam Hussein (AS) against the Umayyad dynasty in 680 CE, will hit Iranian theaters on Wednesday, a few days early to better brighten up Id al-Fitr, the celebration marking the end of the month of Ramadan.


Trade delegations from 12 countries visit Iran in Q1

Trade delegations from 12 countries visited Iran during the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-June 21) to discuss ways for the expansion of trade ties with the Islamic Republic, according to an official with the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPOI).


Iran’s Larijani says nuclear talks are progressing

Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has said that he has a “positive” view toward the nuclear talks in Vienna, noting that the negotiations are moving forward.


President says Iran ‘managed to charm the world’ at nuclear talks

President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday afternoon that Iran had “managed to charm the world” with its nuclear talks with major powers.


Majlis praises nuclear negotiators for resisting excessive demands

203 Iranian parliamentarians issued a statement on Sunday praising the Iranian nuclear negotiators for resisting against the excessive demands by the Western countries in the 5+1 group.


Rouhani issues decree to safeguard nuclear rights

President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday issued an executive order tasking the Foreign Ministry and the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) to enforce the law obliging the government to safeguard the nuclear Rights and achievements.