Iran English language newspaper headlines on Monday, 25-11-2019

Iran Daily

 

Iran identifies terror groups links in Kermanshah

The governor of Iran’s western Kermanshah Province said Sunday rioters affiliated to terrorist groups such as Daesh, PJAK and the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) have been identified in the province.

 

Top Democrat: more testimony, hearings possible in Trump impeachment

The Democratic lawmaker leading the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump said on Sunday he did not rule out more depositions or public hearings in the investigation.

 

Netanyahu faces court, party challenges after indictment

A watchdog group asked Israel’s top court on Sunday to order Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step aside after his indictment on corruption charges, adding to pressure he is already facing from within his ruling party.

 

In Hiroshima, Pope Francis slams ‘crime’ of nukes

Pope Francis on Sunday described the use of nuclear bombs as “a crime”, as he took his appeal for an end to atomic weapons to Hiroshima in an emotional meeting with survivors.

 

Ministry: Terror sponsors must stop blaming Iran for own-created problems

Iran dismissed as baseless and bogus allegations leveled against the Islamic Republic at a session of the IISS Manama Dialogue 2019 in Bahrain.

 

Iran’s autumn precipitation rate above 51-year average

Iran’s Ministry of Energy said rainfall in autumn this year has been above the normal rates recorded over half a century.

 

Police seize large drugs haul in southeastern Iran

Police seized more than 2.3 metric tons of different drugs in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchistan, in the latest string of the nation’s anti-narcotics campaign.

 

Iranian Navy to build new heavy destroyer

Iran’s Navy commander unveiled plans for the production of a new heavy destroyer weighing more than 5,000 tons.

 

Tehran Times

 

TPO to host conference on trade with Eurasia on Dec. 1

Iranian Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) is going to host a major conference on Iran’s trade with Eurasia at Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds on December 1, the TPO portal
reported on Saturday.

 

Navy plans to build destroyer with over 5,000 tons

The Iranian Navy plans to build a new heavy destroyer weighing more than 5,000 tons, Tasnim reported on Sunday, quoting Navy chief Hossein Khanzadi.

 

Scores protest foreign interference outside U.S. Embassy

Scores gathered near the U.S. Embassy in Metn’s Awkar in protest against foreign interference in Lebanese affairs and the latest remarks by former U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman.

 

U.S., Israel involved in killing Iraqi protesters: Asaib leader

The leader of Iraq’s Asaib Ahl al-Haq group, which is part of the country’s Popular Mobilization Forces or Hashd al-Sha’abi, says Washington and Tel Aviv are members of “a third party” that has been behind many deaths during the recent unrest.

 

Netanyahu under pressure to resign amid corruption charges

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s political opponents and hundreds of demonstrators have moved to capitalize on the indictment on charges relating to corruption, bribery and breach of trust against him, hoping to strip the weakened 70-year-old leader of power.

 

FIE Junior World Cup held in Tehran

FIE Sabre Men’s Junior World Cup was held in Tehran, capital of Iran.

 

Pompeo’s support for rioters shows depth of his anti-Iran sentiments: Ebtekar

Iranian Vice President for Family and Women’s Affairs Masoumeh Ebtekar has said that U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s support for rioters in the recent protests in Iran revealed the depth of his anti-Iran feelings.

 

Sanctions on Fordow is a blow to nuclear deal: Russian CENESS director

Director of the Russian Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS) Anton Khlopkov has said that the United States’ sanctions on the Fordow nuclear plant is a blow to the 2015 nuclear deal, formally known as the JCPOA.

 

‘Leader defended the system through his support for petrol subsidy reform plan’

The deputy chief of the Islamic Development Coordinating Council said onSunday that support for the petrol subsidy  reform plan by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution was in fact a support for the Islamic Republic system.