Iran English language newspaper headlines on Monday, 04-04-2016

Iran Daily
Europe’s banks begin return to Iran

European banks are tentatively reengaging with Iran as the Middle East’s second-largest economy slowly emerges from a sanctions regime that has kept it in the financial wilderness for years.


Minister: Iran oil exports surpass 2 mbd

Iran’s oil exports have surpassed two million barrels per day following the lifting of sanctions under its nuclear deal with world powers, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Sunday.


Muslim woman mown down by far-right activist during Brussels demo

Shocking footage has emerged of a Muslim woman being mown down by a car in a hit-and-run during an anti-Islam rally in the Brussels district of Molenbeek.


Azerbaijan declares unilateral cease-fire

Azerbaijan announced ‘unilateral’ cease-fire as a gesture of goodwill in Nagorno-Karabakh after major clashes between the Azerbaijani military forces and Armenian troops along the disputed border region.


Syrian troops liberate another Daesh-controlled town

A week after taking back the historic town of Palmyra, Syrian troops and their allies on Sunday recaptured another town controlled by the Daesh terrorist group in central Syria, state media reported.


Iran missiles not open to talks, compromise

An Iranian deputy foreign minister said the Islamic Republic’s missile capability is a matter of defense and national security, which is not open to any negotiations or compromise.


IRGC busts terrorist group in southeast Iran

Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) busted a terrorist group in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan, a senior commander said.


MPs urge legal action against US cyber attackers

A group of Iranian lawmakers has filed a letter to the country’s Judiciary chief calling for serious legal action against the American hackers involved in cyber attacks on the Iranian centers, an MP announced.


Pakistani minister says Indian “agent” not linked with Iran

Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said on Sunday that the recent arrest of a suspected Indian spy “has nothing to do” with Iran.