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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Wednesday, 28-11-2018

Iran Daily

Araqchi: Nothing left for Iran in JCPOA
Iran has no benefit from the nuclear deal anymore after the US reimposed sanctions on the country, Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi said.

Turkish FM calls recording of Khashoggi killing ‘disgusting’
Turkey’s foreign minister says he has listened to a “disgusting” tape that allegedly captures the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents at the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul.

Putin warns against ‘reckless’ moves after Ukraine declares martial law
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday warned Ukraine against any “reckless acts” after Kiev declared martial law in response to Moscow’s seizure of three of its navy vessels.

Japan to seek extension of US waivers for Iran oil imports
Japanese buyers will seek an extension of the waiver from US sanctions on Iranian oil imports after the initial 180-day exemption is over, the Petroleum Association of Japan (PAJ) said on Tuesday.

Japan to seek extension of US waivers for Iran oil imports
Japanese buyers will seek an extension of the waiver from US sanctions on Iranian oil imports after the initial 180-day exemption is over, the Petroleum Association of Japan (PAJ) said on Tuesday.

Iranian MPs move to impeach foreign minister
A number of Iranian lawmakers have tabled motion to impeach Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

Iran’s nuclear chief warns EU: Patience running thin
Iran’s nuclear chief said on Tuesday he was warning the European Union’s top diplomat that Tehran’s patience was running out on the bloc’s pledges to keep up oil trade despite US sanctions.

Ambassador: Seoul trying to maintain political, economic ties with Tehran
South Korea’s ambassador to Tehran said Seoul is trying to maintain its political and economic ties with Iran.

Zarif, Abdullah discuss ties, peace in Afghanistan
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah discussed a range of issues including peace process in Afghanistan.

Tehran Times

Isfahan hosting UIC 22nd regional assembly for Middle East
Aiming for developing cooperation among the member countries, the 22nd International Union of Railways (UIC) regional assembly for Middle East (UIC RAME) kicked off in Iran’s city of Isfahan on Monday, the portal of Iranian Roads and Urban Development ministry reported.

Iran warns EU hesitation will put JCPOA in jeopardy
Iran’s deputy foreign minister for political affairs told a high-ranking meeting with EU officials that the bloc’s hesitation to introduce its mechanism for trade with Iran after Washington’s unilateral withdrawal from the nuclear deal will make the international pact face serious challenges.

Politics, main reason behind division among Muslim states: Brazillian activist
The division which is now seen among some Islamic states is mainly because of politics, said Muslim Brazilian activist Garcia Gomez.

Al-Khalifa regime threatened people to vote in elections: Bahraini cleric
The Director of Bahrainis Seminary in Iranian holy city of Qom Sheikh Abdullah Al-Daghagh condemned the recent
elections in Bahrain as a farce, saying that the Al-Khalifa regime had threatened the people to vote.

Tehran University hosts seminar on Allama Iqbal
A commemoration seminar on Allama Muhammad Iqbal was held at the University of Tehran here on Tuesday in connection with the 141st birth anniversary of the famed Pakistani poet and philosopher.

Iran says to export aircraft in near future
The managing director of the Iran Aviation Industries Organization (AIO) has said Iran will export planes fully designed and manufactured inside the country in the near future, the Tasnim news agency reported on Monday.

Imam Khomeini changed the world for the better: German activist
Imam Khomeini not only changed the Muslim world, but he also changed the entire world for the better through his movement, says Jurgen Grassmann, a Shia German peace activist based in Berlin.

Air Force conducts drill over Persian Gulf
The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) held a maneuver over the Persian Gulf on Tuesday.

U.S. Treasury leading media war against Iran: general
Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the aerospace division of the IRGC, said on Tuesday that the U.S. Treasury is leading a media war against Iran through its support of foreign intelligence services.

France, Germany may host payment channel aimed at bypassing sanctions on Iran
France and Germany will likely host the Special Vehicle Purpose (SPV), a special payment channel created by Europe as part of its efforts to keep trade flowing with Iran in defiance of U.S. sanctions, senior diplomats told the Wall Street Journal.