Oct 21, 2021, 9:01 AM
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Headlines in Iranian English-language dailies on Oct 21

Tehran, IRNA - The following headlines appeared in English-language newspapers in the Iranian capital on Thursday, October 21, 2021:


-- Raeisi: Iran seeking unity; enemy discord

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said promoting unity in the Muslim world is a strategy of the Islamic Republic and provoking division is a policy of the enemy.

-- Iran Air Force to hold large-scale drills today

The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) is set to hold large-scale and nationwide drills today, enlisting as many as five airbases and featuring a variety of military aircraft.

-- Iranian, Kazakh experts discuss progress of bilateral ties

Iran and Kazakhstan discussed the progress in their bilateral relations over the last three decades in a webinar on Wednesday, according to a press release obtained by Iran Daily from the Kazakh Embassy in Tehran.


-- Air Force Holds Drill With Drones, Fighter Jets

The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) will hold a massive drill across the nation today, enlisting as many as five airbases and featuring a variety of military aircraft.

-- Souls of Martyrs Soleiman and al-Muhandis Cry for Justice

It is not an issue that needs talks or unnecessary negotiations between Iran and Iraq that simply prolong the undesirable existence of the murderers of two of the most prominent icons of the struggle against terrorism.

-- Iran Women’s Ice Hockey Team Beats Russia in Dubai Tournament

Iranian women’s ice hockey team has passed Russia in their second match in the UAE tournament.

*** Tehran Times 

-- What’s the main obstacle to resuming Vienna talks?

As nuclear tensions soar between Iran and the West, grievances over the statements of the chief of the UN nuclear watchdog accumulates in Tehran.

-- ‘Shameful milestone’ in Yemen as 10,000 children killed from violence

UNICEF spokesperson James Elder has just returned from Yemen and has more grim news about children living in what the United Nations describes as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Addressing a press briefing in Geneva, he says, “The Yemen conflict has just hit another shameful milestone: 10,000 children have been killed or maimed since Saudi Arabia’s bombing campaign started in March 2015. That’s the equivalent of four children every day.”

-- U.S. sanctions hurting Iran’s ‘butterfly kids’: UN experts

Over-compliance with United States-imposed sanctions against Iran is harming the right to health, and people with rare skin disease are among those affected, many of them children, experts appointed by the UN Human Rights Council said on Tuesday.


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