A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on December 26

Iran Front Page- IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday, December 26, and picked headlines from 11 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

A top story in many Iranian papers today was the fluctuations in prices of consumer goods like eggs as well as speculations about the increase of fuel prices.

Earthquake and air pollution, especially the ongoing dust pollution in Khuzestan province, were among the topics that continued to make headlines in Iranian media.

The thriving market of stock exchange in Iran and the celebration of Christmas in Iran and other parts of the world also received great coverage today.

The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- N. Korean Leader’s Order on Christmas: Celebrate My Grandma’s Anniversary!

2- Tehran Prosecutor: Ahmad Jalali Had Eight Meetings with Foreign Agents



1- Dust Pollution in Iran’s Ahvaz, 46 Times More than Safe Level

2- A House for Citizens’ Rights: A Report on Need for Forming Legal Gov’t Body

3- A Report on Iran National Football Team’s Problems for Kit Sponsorship in World Cup

4- Tragedy of Security in Afghanistan: ISIS Claims Responsibility for Kabul Suicide Attack



1- UN General Assembly Passes Resolution to Support Myanmar Muslims

  • Rohingya Muslims Victim of Political Games



1- People Demand Fight against Poverty, Corruption, Discrimination: Imam Khomeini’s Grandson

2- American Council of Foreign Relations: Iran Has Upper Hand in Mideast

3- Larijani: Americans Playing with Terrorism, Not Fighting It

4- Three Other Mobile Phone Brands Added to Registration Plan

5- Iran Urges Europe Not to Fall into Trap of Wrong Policies Pursued by US, Allies



1- Quake-Hit People of Kerman Province to Receive $24.5 Million in Cheap Facilities

2- Production of 25 Low-Quality Cars Stopped by Iran Standard Organisation

3- Christian Leaders Living in Israel Cancel Christmas in Solidarity with Muslims

4- US Isolated amid World Protests

5- Stock Exchange Turns into Iran’s Most Lucrative Market



1- Tehran Prosecutor Calls for Further Transparency on Cyberspace

2- Reinforcement of Basij [Voluntary Forces] Prerequisite for Deterrence: Top General


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- Tehran Stock Exchange Market Ranks First in World in Terms of Efficiency

2- Accusations Raised against Iranian Authorities on Crescent Deal Groundless: Court of Audit

3- No Condition for Macron’s Visit to Tehran: Iran

4- Continued Protest Rallies Worldwide against Trump



1- Deputy Agriculture Minister: Egg Price Back to Previous Level

2- American Scientist Reveals US Atomic Tests Have Claimed 690,000 American Lives

3- Syrian, Iraqi Christians Celebrate Christmas after 7 Years

4- MP Discloses New Details of Espionage in Iran’s Nuclear Negotiating Team



1- 56% Decrease in Autumn Rainfall

2- MP: Gov’t May Revise Plans on Cash Subsidies, Fuel Prices

3- Inflation Rate in Poor Deciles More than Rich Ones



1- Government’s Proposed Budget for New Fiscal Year Totally against Employment: Experts

2- Iran Warns France against Paying Attention to Saudis’ Allegations


Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- Nuclear Negotiations Not Based on Int’l Knowledge: Analyst

2- Why Did Hariri Have Such Weird Stay in Riyadh?

3- Price of Domestic, Foreign Cars Quickly Growing