Iran English language newspaper headlines on Monday،, 28-09-2015

 

 

Iran Daily

 

Leader: Saudi rulers must apologize for Hajj incident

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Sunday the Saudi rulers should apologize for the recent deadly incident that killed hundreds of pilgrims during Hajj rituals instead of dodging their responsibility.

 

Iran to buy $21b in Russian space equipment, aircraft

Iran has signed contracts worth $21 billion to buy satellite equipment and aircraft from Russia, Manouchehr Manteqi, the managing director of Iran Aviation Industries Organization, said in an interview with Russian agency Sputnik on Saturday.

 

French architecture firm eager to boost collaboration

A French architecture firm expressed great enthusiasm to cooperate with Iran in urban planning, restoration of historical sites as well as construction and renovation of museums.

 

President calls on Iranian expats to invest at home

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani invited the country’s nationals residing in other countries to seize the ample investment opportunities in their homeland following the termination of anti-Iran sanctions under a lasting nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers.

 

Saudi air attacks kill 25 Yemeni civilians

Airstrikes by Saudi helicopters killed 25 civilians in a Yemeni village on Sunday, residents and medics said, adding that most of the victims were women and children.

 

Catalans vote in crucial poll over independence

Catalans voted Sunday in an election seen as crucial for Spain’s future, with opinion polls pointing to a win by separatists who vow to declare the region independent by 2017.

 

Iraq to share intelligence on ISIL with Iran, Russia, Syria

Iraq will begin sharing “security and intelligence” information with Russia, Syria and Iran to help combat the advances of ISIL, the Iraqi military announced Sunday.

 

Putin: US support for militants in Syria illegal

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday branded US support for so-called “moderate militants” in Syria as illegal and ineffective, saying US-trained militants were leaving to join ISIL terrorist group with weapons supplied by Washington.

 

Leader: Saudi rulers must apologize for Hajj incident

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Sunday the Saudi rulers should apologize for the recent deadly incident that killed hundreds of pilgrims during Hajj rituals instead of dodging their responsibility.

 

Iran dismisses UN human rights report

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman rejected a recent report by UN chief Ban Ki-moon on the human rights situation in Iran, saying it is based on a resolution that is chiefly biased and lacks any legal credibility.

 

Tehran Times
Leader: Saudi leaders must apologize for deadly Hajj incident

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Sunday that the Saudi rulers should apologize for the recent deadly incident that killed hundreds of pilgrims during Hajj rituals instead of dodging their responsibility.

 

Putin: U.S. support for Syria rebels illegal

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday branded United States’s support for rebel forces in Syria as illegal and ineffective, saying U.S.- trained rebels were leaving to join the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group with weapons supplied by Washington.

 

Tehran, Warsaw pledge to boost economic ties

Iran and Poland signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to boost their bilateral ties in different fields of economy.

 

India plans $15b investment proposals for Iran

A high-level delegation led by Indian Union Minister Nitin Gadkari will soon visit Iran with proposals to make big ticket investments that could be worth more than Rs 1 lakh crore (equals 15 billion dollars).

 

Amano says no need to inspect Parchin again: RIA Novosti

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said that there is no need to inspect Iran’s Parchin military site for a second time, media reports said.

 

Rouhani urges UN to press Saudis over Mecca tragedy

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has criticized Saudi Arabia for lack of cooperation following the deadly Hajj incident, urging the UN chief Ban Kimoon to press Riyadh to fulfill its legal obligations.

 

Iran dismisses reports on talks with U.S. over regional issues

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Aham on Sunday dismissed reports that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his U.S. counterpart John Kerry had discussed regional issues, including the crises in Syria and Yemen, during their meeting in New York on Saturday, Press TV reported.

 

Iraq says Russia, Iran, Syria cooperating on security issues in Baghdad

Iraq has said its military officials are engaged in intelligence and security cooperation in Baghdad with Russia, Iran and Syria to counter the threat from the Islamic State militant group, a pact that could raise concerns in Washington, Reuters reported.