Iran English language newspaper headlines on Tuesday, 11-6-2019

Iran Daily

Germany: Europe will stick to Iran nuclear deal; trade channel requirements in place

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani Monday met with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas who traveled to Tehran in an effort to save the 2015 nuclear deal.

Japan’s PM on mediation mission: Abe to head to Iran

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will head to Iran this week on a rare diplomatic mission, hoping to ease tensions between the Islamic Republic and the United States.

About 100 killed in attack on central Mali village

Attackers believed to belong to the Fulani ethnic group raided a rival Dogon village in overnight, killing at least 95 people and burning houses to the ground, local and government officials said on Monday.

IAEA chief worried about rising tension over Iran nuclear program

The UN atomic watchdog’s chief said on Monday he was worried about rising tensions over Iran’s nuclear program and called for de-escalation through dialogue.

Qatar urges de-escalation in US-Iran row

Qatar and other countries have been talking to both Iran and the United States about de-escalation, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said on Sunday, urging both sides to meet and find a compromise.

Iran denies plan to buy S-400

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson denied that the country planned to purchase the S-400 air defense missile system from Russia.

Tehran Times

foreign companies to attend Iran Agrofood 2019

The 26th International Ex-hibition of Food, Food Technology and Agriculture of Iran (Agrofood 2019), due to be held on June 18-21 at the Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds, will be hosting 160 foreign companies, IRIB reported.

Iran to highlight tourist attractions at Erbil fair

A number of Iranian travel-associated businesses and tour operators will promote travel destinations, medical tourism, Persian handicrafts and indigenous traditions at Erbil Expo 2019.

Qatar says will back any peace plan approved by Palestinians

Qatar will accept any Middle East peace plan that is acceptable to the Palestinians, Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said, warning that any U.S.-led solution cannot be imposed on Palestinians.

Germany must respond to its approach

he German foreign minister’s visit to Iran can be analyzed from a variety of dimensions. Undoubtedly, Berlin as one of the three European countries signing the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran is accused of being passive to the United States and even accepting the unacceptable demands of the government of Donald Trump in Washington.

HEADLINE: Handicrafts exports up 3%, hit $289 million

Iran’s handicrafts exports reached $289 million in the past Iranian calendar year 1397 (ended March 20), showing three percent growth year on year, Pouya Mahmoudian, the deputy director of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, said on Monday, CHTN reported.

Zarif: Initiator of war won’t be able to end it

Iranian For-eign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday that anyone who starts a war against Iran will not be the one who ends it.

Ilan Berman: Trump still dreaming of enlivening deal with Russia on Iran

llan Ber-man, the vice president of the American Foreign Policy Council, says that U.S. President Donald Trump is returning to his past dream of reaching a deal with Moscow over Iran

UN atomic watchdog chief worried about tensions over Iran’s nuclear issue

Yukiya Amano, the head of the UN nuclear watchdog, has said that he is worried about increasing tensions over the Iranian nuclear issue.