A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on January 17

Iran Front Page – IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, January 17, and picked headlines from 12 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Almost all papers today covered the remarks made by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in his meeting with cabinet members. They highlighted his comments on economic issues.

Also a top story was the rejection of Brexit deal by the UK parliament and PM Theresa May’s survival of no confidence vote.

Several papers also highlighted Europe’s failure to provide Iran’s access to SPV.

The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:


1- Probability of Extension of US Iran Sanctions Waiver: CNN

2- Denial of Afghan National Security Advisor’s Visit with MKO

3- US Not Set Deadline for Dissolution of Hashd al-Shaabi: Adil Abdul-Mahdi

4- Rouhani’s Reaction to Unsuccessful Placing of Payam Satellite into Orbit

5- US Concerns about China’s Military Capability to Attack Taiwan


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Historic Defeat of Conservatives

2- Rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit Deal by Parliament Predictable

3- Enough Forex Available: CBI Governor


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Iran to Cut Ties with Europe in Two Major Fields



1- People Know Problems of Country Well: Rouhani

2- Hopes Must Not be Pinned on Others in Reconstruction of Iraq: Zarif in Karbala



1- Exit from Brexit

2- British Parliament Does Not Vote for EU Withdrawal Bill

3- Don’t Play with Lion’s Tail: IRGC Chief Commander Warns Israel

4- Iran Spokeswoman Warns Netanyahu to Know His Limits; “Iran Cannot Be Threatened”



1- Iran Military Presence in Syria Continues: IRGC Commander

2- I support Establishment of Independent Palestinian State: UNSG

3- Iran Missile Tests Not Against International Regulations: Russian Deputy FM


Jam-e Jam:

1- Europe Cannot Make for Its Weakness Through Anti-Iranian Claims: Zarif

2- American Revolution

3- Arrest of Press TV Journo by US Police, Her Mistreatment Draws Reactions



1- Be Afraid of Roar of Our Missiles: IRGC



1- People’s Opinions Should Be Source for Reforms: Rouhani

2- 71 British Lawmakers Call for Second Brexit Referendum

3- Iran-Iraq Trade Volume Reaches $8 Billion



1- Iran Has Become Great Power After 40 Years: Der Spiegel

2- EU’s Empty Package Instead of Fulfiling Commitments



1- Iran Maintains Its Positions in Syria: IRGC Chief



1- People’s Resilience Must Be Increased Amid Problems: President Rouhani