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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Tuesday, 23-7-2019

Iran Daily

Russia: Iran’s seizure arguments more convincing than UK’s

Russia said Iran’s arguments for its recent seizure of a UK-flagged oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz were more convincing than those of London.

Abe: Japan to make efforts to reduce US-Iran tension

Japan wants to make every effort to reduce tension between the United States and Iran before responding to an expected US request to send its navy to guard strategic waters off Iran, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday.

China considers attending Iran meeting in Vienna

China says it will “actively consider” sending a delegation to Vienna to discuss the Iran nuclear issue next week.

Zarif: US sanctions tantamount to ‘economic terrorism’

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said in a speech at the ministerial meeting of the Coordinating Bureau of Non-Aligned Movement in Caracas, Venezuela on Sunday that the US sanctions against Iran amount to ‘economic terrorism’ that encourages politically-motivated violence and intimidation among the civilian population.

Iran pays tribute to late UN atomic agency chief

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi paid tribute to the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Yukiya Amano, after his death was announced on Monday.

Intelligence Ministry: Iran dismantles CIA spy network

Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said it has identified and destroyed an integrated network of operatives serving the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) inside the country.

AEOI spokesman:If redesigning of Arak reactor is slow Iran will use old one

If the process of redesigning Arak heavy water reactor in central Iran by the signatories to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) shows slow progress, Iran may decide to use the old reactor, said an official of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).

Intelligence Ministry: Iran dismantles CIA spy network

Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said it has identified and destroyed an integrated network of operatives serving the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) inside the country.

 

Tehran Times

Iran arrests 17 professional CIA spies

Iran’s Intelligence Ministry announced on Monday that it had bro-ken up a CIA spy ring and arrested 17 professional spies, some of whom have been sentenced to death by the Judiciary.

Tehran’s tanker seizure arguments more convincing than London’s: Moscow

The Kremlin says Iran’s argu-ments for its recent seizure of a UK-flagged oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz were more convincing than those of London.

Nadler claims Trump is ‘guilty of high crimes’

U.S. House Judiciary Commit-tee Chair Jerry Nadler discusses what new info Democrats hope to hear from Robert Mueller.On Wednesday, former SpecialCounsel Robert Mueller faces five hours of questioning before two House committees on his investigation of Russian interference in the 2020 campaign and possible obstruction of justice by President Trump.

UN nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano dies at 72

Yukiya Amano, the Japanese dip-lomat who led the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for a decade and was extensively involved in negotiations over Iran’s nuclear pro-gramme, has died at 72.

Iran ponders legal action against “Iran Modern: The Empress of Art” authors

Iran’s Visual Arts Office director Hadi Mozaffari said on Monday that the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance is considering taking legal action against the writers of “Iran Modern: The Empress of Art” published in New York last September.

Dried-out trees come to life again by “Wooden Memory”

A tree trunk turned into a statue in the courtyard of Kerman’s Mathematics Park on July 21, 2019.

Self-defense is not a joke for Iran: Kharrazi

Kamal Kharrazi, chairman of Iran’s Strategic Council on Foreign Rela-tions, has said that defending “territorial integrity” and guarding the country’s “dig-nity” is not a joke.

Palestine issue will surely end in favor of Islamic world: Ayatollah Khamenei

Leader of the Islamic Rev-olution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Monday that the issues of Palestine will definitely come to a conclusion in favor of the Palestinian people and the larger Islamic world.

White House narrative on JCPOA incoherent: analyst

The founder of media company Bourse & Bazaar says the Trump administration’s approach toward the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers is incoherent.