IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday, December 3, 2018, and picked headlines from 16 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Almost all papers today covered the recent claims made by the US and the UK regarding Iran's missile tests, and Tehran's response to the allegations.
Also a top story was a deal between the US and China over their trade war, based on which the two sides are going to observe a 90-day ceasefire.
The Parliament's bid to impeach Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif over his comments about 'rampant' money laundering in Iran also remained a top story in Iranian papers today.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- UK Foreign Secretary Claims Iran's Missile Test Violated UNSCR 2231
2- Erdogan: I Don't Believe Bin Salman's Account of Khashoggi's Murder
3- Merkel: Russia Shouldn't Block Ukraine's Ports
1- On Rallies in France 
1- Four Lawmakers Back Off from Bid to Impeach Zarif
FM: My Remarks about Money Laundering Totally Clear
2- Tehran Mayor Hanachi Swears to Fight Corruption, Promote Culture in Tehran
1- Expert Panel Discusses Tehran-Riyadh Relations
2- 90-Day Truce in Trade War
Reaction of Tehran's Stock Exchange Market to US-China Deal
1- Fire of Trade War Extinguished for 90 Days
2- Return of Yellow Vests
Alarming Situation for Europe as Protests Dragged to Netherlands, Belgium
1- How Russia Is Managing Its Ties with Iran, Saudi at Same Time?
1- Paris on Fire
2- Tehran to Host Anti-Terror Conference of Parliament Speakers from Six Countries
1- Iran's Missile Tests Not in Violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231: MFA
2- Rouhani to Visit Semnan University on Students' Day
3- 1,000 Women Appointed to Executive Position in One Year
1- Unending Pretexts: US, European Officials Make New Claims against Iran's Missile Program
1- US Diplomats Had Better Ask Their Generals about Iran's Power
Armed Forces Spokesman: US to Be Dealt a Heavy Blow If It Makes Any Mistake
2- Left, Right-Wingers Set Paris on Fire: France Protests Out of Control of Gov't, Parties
1- Amnesty Int'l Enlists New Aspects of Al Saud's Brutality
2- Belgium, Netherlands Join France 'Yellow Vest' Protests
1- Death of US Navy Admiral in Bahrain; CBS Says It's Suicide
2- Tehran's Response to US, UK's Rude Remarks: We'll Continue Testing Missiles
3- Putin: Stances of Tehran, Damascus Should Also Be Considered in Settling Syria Crisis
4- Adopting FATF Standards to Only Increase Effectiveness, Accuracy of US Sanctions
5- Paris Still on Fire: 300 Yellow Vest Protesters Arrested, 110 Wounded
1- Iranians Being Deported from Georgia without Any Reason
2- The Guardian Reveals Shocking Details of Sexual Exploitation in MKO Camps
1- New Psy-War against Pompeo Says Iran's Missile Test Violates JCPOA
1- From North to South with Train: Benefits of Iran's New Railway
1- Five Forex Dealers Accused of $150-Million Money Laundering