A deadly fire in a tar storage tanker in southern Iran, which killed 3 and wounded 2, made the headlines in many newspapers today.
Also a major topic of discussion in all papers was France’s call for talks over Iran’s missile program, and the firm reaction of Iranian officials who categorically reject such an idea.
President Hassan Rouhani’s Monday interview also remained a top story in some papers, which continued to discuss what he said and what he was expected to say.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- MP: French Officials Not Allowed to Visit Iran without Apology
1- Law of Citizenship May Change
2- Reformist Figure: Government’s Actions Shouldn’t Be Passive
1- Iran Starts Decoding Sanchi Oil Tanker’s Data Recorder
1- Government’s Red Line: Cutting Cash Subsidies Needs Checking People’s Bank Accounts
2- Return to Rouhani: Have Conservatives Declared a Truce?
1- Government’s Measures to Supply People’s Needs ahead of Nowruz
2- Hamas: Ayatollah Khamenei Pioneer in Supporting Palestine, Resistance
3- 41 Killed, 100 Injured in Benghazi Terror Attacks
4- Washington Post: Saudi People’s Rise against Al Saud Imminent
5- Chair of EU’s Foreign Affairs Committee Defends Iran’s Missile Program
1- Supporting Online Jobs in Villages
2- US Insists on, Europe Rejects Revising Iran Nuclear Deal
3- Contemporary Poet Nima’s House Back on National Heritage List
1- Rainbow of Iranian Culture in Tourism Exhibition
2- Deadly Fire in Bitumen Storage Tank: 3 Killed, 2 Wounded in Bandar Abbas
3- Indices of Tehran Stock Exchange Market Rise
1- Those Who Boycotted Netanyahu Turn into Indians’ National Heroes
2- French FM: US Imposing Pressure to Change Iran Nuclear Deal
3- Wrong Electricity Policies Imposed by Oil Mafia!
1- Labour Minister: Employment Loans to Be Given to Villagers in Five Provinces as of Today
2- People in Switzerland March to Protest at Trump’s Davos Visit
3- Iran First VP: People Don’t Need to Be Worried about Price, Supply of Goods ahead of New Year
1- Iraq’s Popular Forces Put in Charge of Security of Iraq-Syria Borders
2- Two Different Looks at Rouhani’s TV Interview
- What Do Those Who Have Made People Dissatisfied with Gov’t Want from Rouhani?
3- Popular Protests ahead of Davos Summit: You Dirty Trump! Get Out!
4- Palermo Protocols, another Trap for Iranian Nation
- Gov’t Promised the West, Parliament Approved It
1- Intelligence Ministry Find 23 Ready-to-Explode Bombs Imported by Saudi Mercenaries
2- US President’s Sex Scandals Sour Trump’s Relationship with Melania
1- Rouhani’s Chief of Staff: We Definitely Won’t Hold Talks over Our Missile Program
2- Erdogan: Obama Deceived Turkey on Issue of Syria
3- Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi: It’s Not Acceptable for Officials to Trust Foreigners’ Promise