Iran Front Page- IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Wednesday and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Iran’s presidential election, particularly the reports of the first day of registration, also received great coverage.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Zarif Holds Talks with Lavrov, Mogherini, Other Regional FMs
2- My Main Rival Is President Rouhani: Presidential Candidate Mirsalim
3- Arab News: There’s Little Chance for Improvement of Iran-GCC Ties
1- Iran Leader Calls for Cessation of Imports that Lead to Shut-Down of Factories
2- Rouhani’s Full Hands: His Press Conference Was Show of His Preparedness
1- Iran Leader: You Should Focus on Production, Employment
1- Int’l Train Brings 14th Group of Tourists to Iran
2- Iranian Experts Build Cellular Inverter to Supply Nomads with Power
1- Over 100 Register to Run for Iran Presidency on First Day
2- Minister: Tooth Decay among Iranian Children 2 Times Higher than World Standard
1- French Sociologist, Philosopher Bruno Latour to Visit Iran
2- Interior Minister: Polls Indicate a 60% Turnout in Upcoming Elections
1- Washington Claims China is Ready to Take Action against N. Korea
2- Rouhani Inaugurates Executive Phase of 43 Development Projects in Mazandaran
1- Aref, Larijani Make a Deal to Form Joint Committee of ‘National Dialogue’
2- Rouhani: Amount of Cash Subsidies for Poor People Will Increase
1- Iran Leader Calls for Serious Supervision over Production, Employment
1- Populist Measures Not in Dignity of Iranian Nation: President
2- Iran to Receive 4 ATR Planes in 2 Weeks
1- MP: $3 Billion Worth of Diapers Annually Imported to Iran!
2- Rouhani: One Should Be Insane to Say I Can Resolve All Problems in 100 Days!
1- Iran Leader: Unemployment Leads to Social Ills, Increased Dissatisfaction with Gov’t
2- JCPOA Isn’t Key to All Problems
3- Judiciary Chief: US Attack on Syria is Rule of Jungle
1- President: Arrested Telegram Administrators Are Not Criminals