Thursday was a day between two holidays in Iran, and thus many newspapers were not published. However, the few papers published today mostly covered the ongoing reactions to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent anti-Iran show.
Also a top story was Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s criticism of the opponents of the Rouhani administration for harming the country’s national interests.
The beginning of the 31st Tehran International Book Fair also received great coverage today.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
- Mousavian: Pressures to Make Iran More Inflexible
- FM Zarif’s Car Hit by Protesters Fists, Kicks
- FM: We Shouldn’t Destroy People’s Self-Confidence Using Certain Media
- Netanyahu’s Show Booed by Europe
- Negative Reactions to Israeli PM’s Remarks against Iran
- Iran Nuclear Deal without US
- A Report on Stances of Various Parties to International Deal
- Zarif’s Reaction to Bibi’s Latest Show on Iran Nuclear Program
- Boy Who Cries Wolf Does Not Deserve a Response
- Netanyahu’s Claims Aimed at Giving Trump Pretext to Exit JCPOA
- Iran Leader Saved Iraq from Total Collapse: Chief of Popular Mobilisation Forces
- Gov’t to Mull Over Possibility of Winter Vacations: Tourism Chief
- Telegram and Filtering
- A Report on Reactions to Telegram’s Blocking
- Zarif: Why Are Certain Parties Ready to Harm National Interests?
- Bookworms’ Spring Rendezvous in Tehran International Book Fair
- Domino of Labour Protests in World
- 200 Arrested, Dozens Wounded in May Day Protests in France
- Reuters: IMF Supports Iran’s Forex Policy
- Even Westerners Ridicule Netanyahu’s Anti-Iran Show!
- Iran to Once Again Become Self-Sufficient in Petrol
- Second Phase of Persian Gulf Star Refinery to Be Inaugurated Saturday
- Alarms Activated in Riyadh, Other Saudi Cities for Fear of Ansarullah Missiles
- Riots, Unrest across France on May Day: Workers Set Fire on Paris
- US Poised to Steal $6 Billion from Iran, This Time on Pretext of 9/11!
- Education Minister: Teachers Doing Their Best with Minimum Facilities
- Health Ministry’s New Tests to Prevent Bearing Children with EB