Iran English language newspaper headlines on Sunday, 13-9-2020

Iran News Daily


Tehran Condemns Bahrain’s Shameful Normalization Deal With Israel

Iran has strongly condemned a normalization agreement between Bahrain and Israel, saying the Manama regime sacrificed the Palestinian cause against the occupation for the upcoming US presidential election through the “shameful” treaty.


White House Has No Sense of Humanity

President Hassan Rouhani has condemned U.S. sanctions which have obstructed Iran’s access to medicines amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying the White House knows nothing about humanity.


Iran Will Make Enemies Regret Their Miscalculation

Iranian Army’s first-in-command warned the enemies to not make any miscalculation in the region as the Iranian armed forces enjoy the utmost readiness.


Iran Exports $2.5b Products to Arab States

Director general of Trade Promotion Organization (TPO)’s Office of Arabian and African Countries revealed that $2.5 billion worth of non-oil goods was exported to Arab states in West Asia in first five months of current year.


Zolfaghar-99 Military Exercise Wraps Up

The Grand Joint Zolfaghar-99 military exercise ended its work in eastern waters of Strait of Hormuz yesterday with a parade of surface and subsurface vessels.

Cleric Grand Ayatollah Saanei Passes Away

Iranian Grand Shiite Ayatollah, Yousef Saanei, has passed away at the age of 83 after being hospitalized for several days at a clinic in the holy city of Qom.


Judiciary Pursuing Charlie Hebdo’s Insult Via Int’l Sources

A senior judiciary official said that Iran Judiciary corresponded with several international organizations as soon as the French Charlie Hebdo republished the insulting cartoon.


Iran Welcomes Start of Inter-Afghan Talks in Doha

Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement on Sat. announced that Islamic Republic of Iran welcomes start of inter-Afghan talks between Afghanistan government, political groups and the Taliban in Qatari capital Doha.


Iran-China Police Ties “Strategic”

Iran’s Interpol chief Brigadier-General Hadi Shirzad said on Saturday in an interview with the ambassador of China in Tehran that Iranian Interpol relations with the Chinese counterpart are strategic and friendly.


Judiciary Sentences Own High-Ranking Official to 31 Years in jail

Judiciary has sentenced a high-ranking official in its executive branch to a total of 31 years in prison over involvement in a major financial corruption case.



Tehran Times


Iran: Bahrain’s move to establish ties with Israel ‘disgraceful’

Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned in the strongest terms a U.S.-brokered deal between the Kingdom of Bahrain and Israel, saying the Palestinian people and Muslims around the world “will never accept” the normalization of ties with Israel.


30% of wastewater treatment equipment indigenized

Iranian knowledge-based companies have managed to indigenize the knowledge for manufacturing about 30 percent of the equipment and parts used in the country’s wastewater treatment plants, a director with South Tehran Wastewater Treatment Complex said.


Kashan, home to architectural wonders, labyrinthine bazaars

A photo collection depicts variety of architectural wonders such as atmospheric houses, covered labyrinthine bazaars, public bathhouses, madrasas, caravanserais, mudbrick wind-towers, cisterns, Persian gardens and boutique hotels scattered across the oasis city of Kashan.


Russia, China reject U.S. unilateral actions aimed at kill nuclear deal: Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday that Russia and China reject the United States’ unilateral actions
aimed at collapse of the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA.


Iran-Japan relations rising: diplomat

Iran’s Ambassador to Japan, Morteza Rahmani-Movahed, has said that relations between Iran and Japan are growing.


Defense chief: Iran constantly boosting missile power

Iran’s defense power and continue to grow constantly, Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said.