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Iran English language newspaper headlines on Thursday, 25-7-2019

Iran Daily

Rouhani: Iran ready for ‘fair’ negotiations

Iran is ready for “fair” negotiations but not if they mean surrender, President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday, seemingly referring to possible talks with the United States.

Iran warns Brazil over stranded ship barred from refueling

Iran threatened to cut its imports from Brazil unless it allows the refueling of two Iranian ships stranded off the Brazilian coast.

Boris Johnson becomes British PM with Brexit vow

Boris Johnson took over as Britain’s prime minister Wednesday, promising to pull his country out of the European Union on October 31 by any means necessary.

China: US undermining global stability with unilateralism

China said on Wednesday accused the United States of undermining global strategic stability by adopting unilateral policies against major countries in the world.

Iran rejects US claims of downing Iranian drones

Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami on Wednesday denied claims by the American officials that the US Navy has shot down an Iranian drone in Strait of Hormuz.

Iran, Bolivia sign MoU on academic cooperation

Iran signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Bolivia to run nanotechnology courses awarding advanced academic degrees at a university in the Latin American country’s northern city of Riberalta.

US warns civil aviation industry of dealing with Iranian airlines

The United States warned companies against dealing with Iranian airlines, saying that entities that provide services for designated Iranian airlines could be at risk of enforcement actions or economic sanctions.

Iran, France stress need for diplomacy to ensure world peace

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi and French President Emmanuel Macron stressed the need for diplomacy in order to establish peace worldwide.

Tehran Times

Iran seeking deeper trade ties with East Africa

Following Iran’s policies for expansion of trade ties with African countries, the country’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) hosted an Iran-East Africa business forum on Wednesday at Tehran Permanent International Fair-grounds to provide an opportunity for the two sides to discuss future steps in economic relations.

Innovation network set up for drones, UAVs

The vice presidency for science and technology has set up an in-novation network for commercial drones and unmanned aerial vehicles, Mehr re-ported on Tuesday.

Iran says won’t not let disturbance in Strait of Hormuz

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Aragh-chi said on Tuesday that Iran will not let disturbance in shipping in the Strait of Hormuz.

U.S. should enhance cooperation with China rather than setting obstacles

The ambivalence of some U.S. officials has been fully revealed by their recent ridiculous remarks.

Trump’s Mideast envoy under fire at UNSC

U.S. President Donald Trump’s Middle East envoyfaces strong criticismfrom members of the UN Security Council, including Washington’s own allies, after he downplayed the world body’s resolutions on the Middle East conflict and said the Israeli-Palestinian issue cannot be resolved by relying on “fictions” of global consensus.

zad University win Iran’s cycling league

Azad University Cycling Team claimed the title of the second stage of Iran’s track cycling league on Wednesday.

Negotiation with those who renege on promises is ‘stupidity’: Shamkhani

In an open reference to the United States which quit the 2015 nuclear deal and reimposed sanctions on Iran, Ali Shamkhani said on Wednesday that negotiation with those who renege on their promises is “stupidity” and shows “weakness” and “frustration”.

Larijani: Except for a few Arab states, no country took ‘deal of century’ seriously

Iran’s Parliament Speak-er Ali Larijani has underlined Tehran’s unwavering support for Palestine, stressing that backing the oppressed people of Palestine is a religious obligation for Muslims.

Rouhani: Strait of Hormuz no place for ‘joking’

Referring to recent U.S. and UK adven-turisms in the Strait of Hormuz, President Hassan Rouhani warned on Wednesday that the strategic waterway is no place for joking.

Deal of century intended to consolidate occupation, Iran says

Es’haq Al-e- Habib, the Iranian deputy ambassador to the UN, said on Tuesday that the United States proposed the “deal of the century” in order to consolidate occupation, urging the world to resist this “unjust move”.