Iran English language newspaper headlines on Sunday, 07-01-2018

Iran Daily

US censured at UNSC over Iran meeting
A United Nations Security Council meeting on Friday to discuss the protests in Iran turned into criticism of the United States for requesting to meet on what some member states said was an internal issue.

Brutal, dangerous cold grips US East
Much of the US East Coast woke up on Saturday to brutally cold and dangerous temperatures as the region recovered from a powerful blizzard that unleashed heavy snows and strong winds.

North Korea ‘likely’ to join Winter Games
North Korea’s Olympic representative said Saturday the country was “likely to participate” in next month’s Winter Games in South Korea, Kyodo news agency reported, in the latest sign of a thaw in tensions on the peninsula.

Trump book author says revelations will topple president
The author of a book that is highly critical of Donald Trump’s first year as US president said his revelations were likely to bring an end to Trump’s time in the White House.

More rallies held in Iran to denounce violence
People turned out on the streets in separate cities across Iran for a fourth straight day to express support for the Islamic establishment and denounce the violence that was staged in recent protests.

Turkish FM: Iran’s security important for Ankara
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that security and stability in Iran is of great importance to Turkey, stressing that Ankara opposes foreign powers’ interference in Iran’s domestic affairs.


Tehran Times

Riots were engineered in Erbil: Rezaee
Mohsen Rezaee, secretary of the Expediency Council, said on Saturday that the recent riots in Iran were planned during a meeting which was held in Erbil two months ago.

Revelations to bring down Trump: Michael Wolf
The author of a book that is highly critical of the United States President Donald Trump’s first year as U.S. president said his revelations were likely to bring an end to Trump’s time in the White House.

Tillerson working on way to keep U.S. in nuclear deal
The Trump administration is working with key lawmakers on a legislative fix that could enable the United States to remain in the Iran nuclear deal, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in an interview with The Associated Press on Friday.

Ammar filmfest introduces award winners
Winners of the 8th Ammar International Popular Film Festival (AIPFF) receive their awards at closing ceremony, Friday evening.

Tehran: U.S. uses Iran protests to abuse UN
Gholamali Khoshroo, Tehran’s ambassador to the United Nations, said on Friday that
the United States abused its power as a permanent UN Security member and also the Council itself by requesting a meeting on the recent protest rallies in Iran.

UN rebuffs U.S. over Iran protests
The United Nations Security Council rebuffed the United States to use the protests in Iran as an excuse to undermine the nuclear deal, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).