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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Wednesday, 09-09-2015

 

 

Iran Daily

 

Leader: Some European states’ following US anti-Iran policies “unwise”

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei receiving Austrian President Heinz Fischer in Tehran Tuesday described the adoption of United States’ anti-Iran policies by some European states as “unwise”.

 

Tehran, Vienna sign several documents on cooperation in different fields

 

Mexico ready to cooperate with Iran on energy efficiency

A Mexican minister voiced the North American country’s readiness to work in partnership with Iran on tactics to improve energy efficiency.

 

Reports: Christian refugees not Muslims welcome in Europe

Slovakia said Muslims won’t feel at home within their borders, while Cyprus said it prefers Orthodox Christian refugees only; in Saudi, which is not taking in refugees either, media criticized Europe.

 

Iran tops Group D with India romp

Despite a fairly good opening half from the hosts, defensive lapses after the break ensured Iran cruised to victory.

 

Democrats clinch critical 41 votes for Iran nuclear deal

Democrats clinched the crucial Senate votes Tuesday to block passage of a disapproval resolution against the Iran nuclear accord, an outcome that would be a major victory for President Barack Obama against united Republican opposition.

 

Saudi airstrikes kill 10 more Yemenis

Saudi warplanes continued airstrikes on Yemen on Tuesday, leaving at least 10 people dead, medics said.

 

US lawmakers begin reviewing Iran agreement

American lawmakers on Tuesday began discussions over the nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers.

 

Leader: Careful planning a must for virtual space

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has underscored the need for ‘proper and precise’ planning to deal with issues of cyberspace.

 

Envoy: Construction activities in Parchin not IAEA concern

Iran’s Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi emphasized on Monday that the UN body is not authorized to inspect construction activities in Parchin, a military site southeast of Tehran.

 

Tehran Times

 

Leader criticizes Europe for following U.S. against Iran

 

Velayati: Parliament committee a better judge to review JCPOA

Ali Akbar Velayati has responded to comments by Saeed Jalili about the nuclear deal between Iran and the West, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

 

Tehran-Vienna trade could hit €1 billion by 2020

Trade ties between Iran and Austria could hit 1 billion euros by 2020, Austria’s chamber of commerce chief Christoph Leitl said in a press conference in Tehran on Tuesday.

 

Governments do not ignore human security: Onuf

Professor Nicholas Onuf, a primary figure among constructivists in international relations, says “governments do not ignore human security”.

 

Terrorism will spread to other regions, Iran warns

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that the Middle East region is facing extremism and violence, warning that terrorism which will not remain restricted to one region.

 

knowledge are engines of resistance economy: Nobakht

In his weekly press conference on Monday, the government spokesman said this year Iran should use its domestic capacity and technical knowledge in line with resistance economy outlined by the Supreme Leader.

 

Rouhani: Iran prioritizes stopping bloodshed in Syria

President Hassan Rouhani has said Iran prioritizes stopping bloodshed in Syria as the most urgent step, insisting on Tehran’s position that no country can decide for the Syrian people.

 

Leader criticizes European countries for following U.S. against Iran

It is “irrational” that some European countries follow the anti-Iranian policies of the United States, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in a meeting with the visiting Austrian President Heinz Fischer late on Tuesday.

 

Amano says Iran nuclear probe will be ready mid-December

The head of the United Nations atomic energy agency said Monday he believes the probe into Iran’s past nuclear activities will be wrapped up on time by mid-December, even though he acknowledged “much work” still needs doing to shed light on Tehran’s past actions, the Wall Street Journal reported.

 

Careful planning a must for virtual space: Leader

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has underscored the need for ‘proper and precise’ planning to deal with issues of cyberspace.