Iran English language newspaper headlines on Thursday, 30-7-2020

Iran News Daily


IRGC Fires Underground Ballistic Missiles in War Game

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has fired a series of ballistic missiles from launch pads hidden deep underground in a large-scale military exercise underway in southern Iran.


U.S. Presence in Region Source of Insecurity, Devastation

Supreme Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution says the Presence of the US in the West Asia region is detrimental to the regional nations.


COVID-19 Kills Another 196 Iranians

Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said on Wednesday that some 235 more Iranians have died from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) over the past 24 hours bringing the total deaths to 16,343.


Jannati Hopes Al-Saud to Come to Its Senses

The Secretary of the Guardian Council expressed hope that the evil of Saudi Arabia comes to its senses soon and the situation of the Yemeni people improve with the destruction of this regime.


U.S. Urged to End Illegal, Unlawful Measures

Government Spokesman Ali Rabiee said that the U.S. must terminate its illegal and unlawful moves before it is too late.


Tehran, Baku Underscore Development of Ties

During the meeting of the Ambassador of Iran to Azerbaijan Javad Jahangirzadeh with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan Jeyhun Bayramov, the development of Tehran-Baku relations and cooperation was emphasized.


Iran Successful in All Fields Despite 40 Year of Sanctions

An Iranian diplomat said that despite the 40 years of oppressive U.S. sanctions, Iran has been able to achieve great progress in the fields of science, industry, military, medicine, agriculture, IT, nuclear, nanotechnology.


Bank Loans to Economic Sectors up 50% in Q1

Iranian banking system has paid 2.247 quadrillion rials (about $53.5 billion) of facilities to domestic economic sectors during the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-June 20), which was 50.5 percent more than the figure of the first quarter of the previous year.


Tehran, Seoul to Confer on Development of Humanitarian Trade

Following the first humanitarian shipment to Tehran in May under the U.S. sanctions, Iran and South Korea will hold virtual talks on Wednesday about expanding humanitarian trade like medicine exports.


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