Report: Iran bans weekly for criticising government ‘concessions’ in nuclear talks

ANKARA – Iran has shut down a hardline conservative weekly for criticising the government’s nuclear negotiations with six major powers aimed at ending a decade-old standoff, the Students News Agency ISNA reported on Monday.

The Noh-e Day weekly, run by hardline member of parliament Hamid Rassai, had repeatedly criticised pragmatist President Hassan Rouhani’s government for “making too many concessions” during the nuclear negotiations.



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