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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Monday, 02-11-2015

 

 

Iran Daily

 

Leader: US major part of regional problems, not solution

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said the United States is behind a major part of the existing problems in the region, not a solution to them.

 

Salehi in Japan to discuss nuclear safety

Iran’s nuclear chief left Tehran for Tokyo on Sunday to hold talks with the Japanese officials on a range of issues, including cooperation on nuclear safety measures.

 

Iranian wins Outstanding Young Scientists award for 2016
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) announced an Iranian scientist as one of the four recipients of the Outstanding Young Scientists award for 2016.
World giants push for oil, gas deals with Iran

Italian, British, German and Dutch energy giants held talks with Iran on striking deals in oil and gas sectors.

 

At least 12 killed in Somalia hotel attack

At least 12 people were killed in the Somali capital on Sunday after Al-Shabab terrorists used a vehicle packed with explosives to blast their way inside a hotel, police said.

 

Divided Turkey votes in snap election

Turks went to the polls in a snap parliamentary election on Sunday under the shadow of mounting internal bloodshed and economic worries, a vote that could determine the trajectory of the polarized country and of President Tayyip Erdogan.

 

Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul pledge economic cooperation in rare meeting

The leaders of South Korea, Japan and China pledged to work toward greater economic integration at their first joint meeting in over three years on Sunday.

 

Deputy FM: No deal on Syria’s political future in Vienna talks

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said no deal was struck on Syria’s political future during the recent international talks in Vienna on the ongoing crisis in the Arab country.

 

President condoles with Moscow over plane crash in Egypt

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, in a message to his Russian counterpart, extended his condolences to Vladimir Putin over the deaths of more than 200 people in a deadly plane crash.

 

Tehran Times

 

Leader: Talks with U.S. on regional issues is pointless

 

 

Turkey election: Early results suggest a big win for AKP

Turkey’s ruling AK Party may be on track to win back its parliamentary majority and form a government alone, according to partial results from a general election on Sunday broadcast by state-run TRT television, Reuters reports

 

British finance, technology ready for sustainable co-op with Iran: Maude

Britain is ready to provide finance and transfer technology for the implementation of joint projects with Iran in a bid to have a sustainable cooperation with the Islamic Republic, British Minister of Trade and Investment Francis Maude stated.

 

Germany’s Bavaria trade mission seeking opportunities in Iran

A trade delegation comprising 130 businessmen from Germany’s Bavaria state arrived in Iran on Saturday to explore investment opportunities.

 

Fatemeh Azadeh, the first Iranian female pilot

Fatemeh Azadeh, a 26-year old woman from Zahedan, the capital of Sistan and Baluchistan Province, is the first female pilot in Iran, ISNA reported.

 

Germany’s Bavaria trade mission seeking opportunities in Iran

A trade delegation comprising 130 businessmen from Germany’s Bavaria state arrived in Iran on Saturday to explore investment opportunities.

 

Amir-Abdollahian warns Saudi FM: Do not test Iran’s patience

Iranian Deputy of Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian has dismissed as baseless the recent comments by the Saudi foreign minister against the Islamic Republic, warning that there is a limit to Tehran’s patience.

 

Zarif: Leader’s guidelines enlighten our path in implementing JCPOA

“The guidelines of the Supreme Leader of the Revolution are as always like a torch to enlighten our path in implementing the JCPOA,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Sunday, expressing gratitude to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for his recent letter drawing Iran’s red lines in regards to the nuclear deal.

 

MP says Iran-U.S. talks limited to nuclear issue

Esmaeil Kosari, the chairman of the Majlis Defense Committee, has rejected media speculations that Iran has held direct talks with the U.S. over the Syrian crisis, saying the country would never negotiate with the U.S. over any topic other than the nuclear issue.

 

Ceasefire can be achieved in Syria, Iran says

A senior Iranian diplomat says no deal was struck on Syria’s political future during the recent international talks in Vienna, however he noted it is possible to achieve a ceasefire between the government and rebel groups.