Iran English language newspaper headlines on Saturday, 11-5-2019

Iran Daily

European leaders call for saving Iran nuclear deal, avoiding escalation

French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for using diplomacy to resolve the dispute over the 2015 nuclear deal after Iran said it would stop implementing two nuclear commitments in response to the US withdrawal from the accord and the reimposition of sanctions.

Call me,’ Trump says ‘open to talk’ to Iran

US President Donald Trump said Thursday that he is open to talks with the Iranian leadership, amid mounting tensions between Washington and Tehran.

Iran: US sanctions on metals ‘against international norms’

US sanctions on Iranian metals are against international norms, Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman said on Thursday, warning that Washington would be responsible for Iran’s losses.

Iranians rally in support for countermeasures against US nuclear withdrawal

Iranians held nationwide rallies expressing support for the decision of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) to suspend the implementation of some of Iran’s commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in response to US withdrawal from the deal.

IRGC: American officials suffer from mess in their thoughts

US President Donald Trump’s administration does not dare wage a war on Iran despite its recent deployment of an aircraft carrier and bombers in the Persian Gulf, because the American officials are suffering from some mess in their thoughts, said a senior official of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).

Iran: West should fulfill obligations to Afghan refugees

Iran has been generously welcoming Afghan immigrants for 40 years, but Western countries, that are the many causes of the Afghan people’s tragedies, must also fulfill their obligations in this regard, said the Iranian deputy foreign minister

Tehran Times

Iran says can’t trust Trump who acts recklessly

Iran’s ambassador to the Unit-ed Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi has said that there is still a “window of diplomacy” to save the Iran nuclear deal, aka the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Moscow calls on all countries to keep buying Iranian oil

The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Thursday calling on all coun-tries to continue buying Iranian oil despite the U.S. announcement to end sanctions waivers for importers of Iranian oil.

U.S. crafting surrender document not a peace plan: Palestine FM

TheUnited Statesis crafting a surrender document, not a peace plan, and the Palestinians will not accept it regardless of how much money is offered,Palestine’s foreignminister saidaddressing aUnited Nationsmeeting.

Security official: Iran to follow policy on nuclear deal ‘step by step’

Keyvan Khosravi, the spokesman for Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, has said that Iran will follow the path it has adopted toward the 2015 nuclear deal “step by step”.

Syrian troops liberate key town, nearby villages in Idlib

The Syrian army has regained con-trol of a strategic town from Takfiri terrorists in the country’s northwest, media reports and local residents say.

Posters challenge Trump’s declaration of Al-Quds as capital of Israel

A collection of posters created during an international workshop in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad challenge U.S. President Donald Trump’s declaration of Al-Quds as the capital of Israel.

The West has caused numorous miseries for Afghans, Araqchi says

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minis-ter for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi said on Friday that the Western countries have caused many problems for the Afghan people and should fulfil their duties in helping the Afghan refugees.

Envoy: Oman ready to mediate between Iran, U.S.

Oman’s ambassador to Washington has said his country is ready to mediate between Iran and the U.S. for solving tensions.

Japan hopes to mediate between U.S. and Iran

The Japanese government hopes to mediate between the U.S. and Iran in an effort to rescue 2015 international nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, officials have said, according to The Japan Times.