Iran English language newspaper headlines on Saturday, 29-10-2016

Iran Daily

Iran Shipping Lines business back to normal by mid-2017
Container shipping firm Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) expects to have regained by the middle of next year the business lost while Iran was subject to international sanctions, its chairman said on Thursday.

Trump: ‘We should just cancel the election’
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump criticized Democrat Hillary Clinton on Thursday over her trade policies, saying she would handle trade deals so badly that the country should “just cancel the election” and name him the victor.

Iran’s Asia crude exports set to rise
Iran’s crude exports excluding condensate to Asia next month are likely to total 1.46 million bpd (mbd), up 74,000 barrels per day (bpd) from October, but exports to Europe look to fall to 433,000 bpd from 613,000 bpd in October, a source with knowledge of its preliminary tanker schedule said.

Iran says imports from Germany up 25%
Figures released by the Customs Administration of Iran show that the country’s exports from Germany have increased by 25 percent.

Deutsche Bahn wants to use INSTC for Iran trade
The International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC), which carried out the first test shipment this month between India and Russia, has received a shot in the arm with Germany’s decision to trade with Iran via this connectivity project.

UN: Daesh kills hundreds, kidnaps thousands around Mosul
Daesh terrorists have killed more than 250 people and kidnapped nearly 8,000 families around Mosul in recent days as Iraqi troops advanced on the northern city, the United Nations said Friday.

Shamkhani: Enemies seek to divert attention from Israeli crimes
A senior Iranian official warned that the global arrogance has been sowing discord among Muslim nations to divert attention from Israel’s crimes.

Iran, Russia, Syria focus on ways to tackle terrorism
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov hosted the foreign ministers of Syria and Iran in Moscow as the Syrian Army’s siege of the terrorist-held districts of the city of Aleppo continues, AP reported.

Iran says Europe not fully supporting nuclear deal
A senior Iranian official said European governments are not fully committed to implementation of a nuclear deal with Iran, blaming them for stymieing investment into the Islamic Republic.

Gas exports to Turkey to be resumed soon
Iran said its exports of natural gas to Turkey that have been halted as a result of an explosion inside the Turkish territory will resume within the next few days.

Tehran Times

Iran, Russia and Syria review war on terror
The Iranian, Russian and Syrian foreign ministers held a trilateral meeting in Moscow on Friday on how to coordinate their efforts in the war on terrorists in Syria.

Iran unveils 4 biotechnology medicines, stemming $600m outflow
An Iranian pharmaceutical company has unveiled four domestically produced biotechnology medicines, leading to $600 million decrease in flow of money out of the country annually.

Iranian, Dutch shipbuilding companies ink MOU
Iran Ship Building and Offshore Industries Complex Company (ISOICO) and Dutch maritime group Royal IHC signed a memorandum of understanding on engineering and knowledge transfer as well as manufacturing and supplying of equipment.

Peking University to host seminar on Iranian studies
Experts on Iranian studies will gather for a seminar at the Institute of Iranian Culture Studies in Peking University to share their latest research.

Pakistan embassy marks Kashmir Day
On Thursday, the Pakistani community along with some Kashmiris in Iran assembled in the embassy of Pakistan in Tehran to observe Kashmir Day.

Dalton: West’s failure to reconnect Iran to global banks ‘risks breaching nuclear deal’
The west risks breaching the landmark nuclear agreement if it fails to give Iran proper access to the international financial system, a former British ambassador to Iran has argued.

Hong Kongese business delegation to visit Iran soon
An 80-member Hong Kongese business delegation, headed by the country’s secretary for commerce and economic development, is to make a trip to the Iranian capital on November 8, following the invitation made by the Iranian Finance Minister Ali Tayyebnia, Tasnim news agency reported on Friday.

Araqchi: Iran’s scientific and defensive power irrepressible
Abbas Araqchi, Iran’s deputy foreign minister for legal and international affairs, said on Thursday that world powers see Iran’s scientific and defensive might as “irrepressible”, IRNA reported.

Parliament to vote on three new ministers on Tuesday
The Iranian vice president for parliamentary affairs has said that the parliament will hold a session on Tuesday to vote on the proposed ministers of culture, education and sports.

‘Iranian military advisors are of great help in fighting terror’
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, a special aide to Majlis speaker for international affairs, said on Thursday that the presence of Iranian military advisors in Iraq and Syria is an “effective step” in the war against terrorism.

Tehran calls on S. Arabia, UAE not to play with Islamic sanctities
The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has called on Riyadh and Abu Dhabi to keep Islamic sanctities out of their “mean” political game.