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    فهرست روزنامه های ایران

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    The first Iranian newspapers appeared in the mid-19th century during the reign of Nasir al Din Shah. More specifically, the first newspaper in Iran, Kaghaz-e Akhbar (The Newspaper), was launched for the government by Mirza Saleh Shirazi in 1837. By 1907 (the era of the Persian Constitutional Revolution), there were 90 newspapers circulating in Iran.

    As of 2000 there were 23 Persian dailies, three English dailies and one Arabic daily in the country. In the period between 2000 and 2004 a total of 85 newspapers were closed down in Iran.

    Below is a list of newspapers in Iran.

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    Iranian newspapersNewspapers, Tehran, 2011

    Below is a list of newspapers published in Iran.

    • Abrar (Persian)
    • Abrar-e Varzeshi (Persian)
    • Afarinesh (Persian)
    • Aftab Yazd (Persian)
    • Aftab-e Emruz
    • Aftab-e Shargh (Persian)
    • Andisheh-ye-No (Persian) (currently banned)
    • Asrar
    • Asr-e Azadegan (Persian)
    • Asr-e Maa (Persian)
    • Azad
    • Bahar
    • Donyaye eqtesad (Persian)
    • Ebtekar
    • Eftekhar (Persian)
    • Entekhab (Persian)
    • Eqbal
    • Esfahan-e Emrooz (Persian)
    • Etemad (Persian)
    • Etemad-e melli (Persian)
    • Ettelaat (English) (Persian)
    • Fath (Persian)
    • Gilan Emrouz (Persian)
    • Goal (varzeshi)
    • Ham-Mihan
    • Hambastegi (Persian)
    • Hamshahri (Persian)
    • Hamvatan salam (Persian)
    • Hayat-e-No (Persian) (currently banned)
    • Iran (Persian)
    • Iran Daily (Persian)
    • Iran Weekly Press Digest
    • Iran-e Javan (Persian)
    • Iran-e Varzeshi (Persian)
    • Jame-Jam (Persian)
    • Jame''eh, (Persian) (currently banned)
    • Jamee-e Madani
    • Javan (Persian)
    • Jomhoury (Persian)
    • Jomhuriat (Persian)
    • Kalemeh Sabz
    • Kayhan (Persian) (English)
    • Khabar
    • Khane Mellat
    • Khorasan
    • Khordad (Persian)
    • Khorshid (Persian)
    • Kian
    • navad 90 (varzeshi) (Persian)
    • Neshat (Persian)
    • Quds (Persian)
    • Resalat (Persian)
    • Salam
    • Sarmayeh (Persian)
    • Shargh (Persian)
    • Sobh-e Emrooz (Persian)
    • Taban (Persian)
    • Tehran Times (English)
    • Tous (Persian) (currently banned)
    • Vaghaye Etefaghyeh (Persian)
    • Yas-e-no (Persian)
    • Zan
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