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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Tuesday, 31-07-2018

Iran Daily

Trump doesn’t understand Iran’s culture of resistance
A former US undersecretary of state criticized President Donald Trump for his uncalculated measures toward Iran, saying Trump does not understand Iran’s culture of resistance.

Britons see Brexit turning sour: Poll
Two-thirds of Britons now think the government will end up with a bad deal when Britain leaves the European Union early next year, and half want the chance to vote on what happens next, Sky News reported on Monday, citing its own poll.

Iran: Impossible to engage with US gov’t
Iran Monday rolled out talks with the US under the current administration which has adopted a fiercely hostile policy toward the Islamic Republic.

Seven dead, seven missing as California wildfires spread
The death toll in the US state of California’s wildfires rose to seven as shaken survivors recounted the horror of watching fast moving flames whip through neighborhoods and devour their homes.

Iran arrests members of three terror cells affiliated with Daesh
Iranian Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs Hossein Zolfaqari said the country’s security forces have managed to detain members of three terrorist cells affiliated with the Daesh terrorist group in the current Iranian year, which began on March 21.

Iran, Indonesia sign agreement on women empowerment, supporting children
Iran and Indonesia signed an agreement in Tehran on Monday to enhance cooperation in women empowerment.

Australia responsible for ‘preventable’ death of Iranian migrant
The family of the Iranian asylum seeker Hamid Khazaei, whose death from infection on Manus Island was caused by a cascading series of errors and systemic failures in the Australian-run offshore detention center, said “nothing will replace the life of their beloved son and brother”.

Iran, Russia, Turkey discuss Syria in Sochi
Representatives of Russia, Iran, and Turkey attended a meeting in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi on Monday to discuss ways to end war in Syria.

Larijani says enemy has formed ‘army of guerrillas in suits’ against Iran
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani warned of the US government’s plots to increase economic pressures on the Islamic Republic and said the enemy has launched “an army of guerrillas in suits” to disrupt Iran’s economy.

 

Tehran Times

TSE index hits a new record
Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE)’s main index (TEDPIX) gained 2,903 points to hit the highest-ever record
of 116,756 points on Monday, IRNA reported.

Jaberi Ansari represents Iran in Sochi talks on Syria
Hossein Jaberi Ansari, top aide to Iran’s foreign minister, traveled to Sochi, Russia, to represent Tehran in talks on Syria.

UAE too weak to start war against even one Yemeni village: Ansarullah
The spokesman for Yemen’s Ansarullah (Houthi) movement has dismissed the recent belligerent remarks by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Mohammed Gargash, saying Abu Dhabi is too feeble to fight in a battle against the residents of a single village in Yemen let alone the entire Yemeni nation.

Forming alliance among PGCC member states is an illusory idea: Entessar
Professor of political science Entessar says the “Arab world” today is a patchwork of competing countries and forming an enduring alliance among the Arab states of the Persian Gulf is an illusory idea concocted by the U.S.

‘America’s destructive policies in Af-Pak region’
Aimal Faizi is a senior Afghan journalist and political analyst, who served as the spokesperson of former Afghan President Hamid Karzai between 2011 and 2014.

Local games festival held in Javaherdahst
The 17th edition of local games festival was held in Javaherdahst, Gilan province in northern Iran.

A look at the general policy of Pakistani Insaf Party
Imran Khan will make major changes in the domestic arena, but because the army plays a decisive
role, it is unlikely that we will see a tangible change in Pakistan’s foreign policy.

‘U.S. not as crazy as going to war with Iran’
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday dismissed the possibility of a war against Iran by the United States, saying, “I doubt that America is so depleted of wise men that it would make such a terrible blunder.

Iranian asylum-seeker’s death preventable, Australia court rules
The death of an asylum-seeker held in a remote Pacific camp from an infection was “preventable” and the Australian government should improve health care services for detainees, a coroner ruled on Monday.

ICJ chief’s warning to U.S. is a success for Iran: MP
A member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the parliament’s presiding board said on Monday that a warning letter by International Court of Justice President Abdulqawi Ahmed
Yusuf to the U.S. on the return of sanctions is a diplomatic success for Iran.

Iran to announce foreign currency policies soon: Larijani
Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said on Monday that policies on foreign currency will be announced soon.

Snobbish GOP letter warns Germany, France, UK against bypassing sanctions on Iran
U.S. senators from the Republican Party have sent a letter to the embassies of Germany, France, and the United Kingdom in the United States with a warning against any possible moves to circumvent the Trump administration’s sanctions against Iran, the news portal t-online.de reported on Sunday.

Lindsey Graham loves Trump’s renewed Iran hawkishness
U.S. President Donald Trump’s all-caps war threat against Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is a way for Trump to look like a tough guy at a time when that’s being questioned because of his handling of
Vladimir Putin.

IRGC to expand cooperation with Oman’s armed forces
Brigadier General Ahmad Abdollahi, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ deputy commander for
health, rescue, treatment and medical education met in Tehran on Monday with Colonel Al-Haresi, the deputy director of Omani Armed Forces Medical Services, to discuss expansion of cooperation.