Reuters: These are some of the leading stories in Iranian newspapers on Monday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. TEHRAN, Jan 11 (Reuters) – These are some of the leading stories in Iranian newspapers on Monday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– Parliament's special post-election investigative committee put the blame for the deaths of three detainees at the Kahrizak detention centre on brutality rather than meningitis, which officials had initially claimed.
– Health Minister Marziyeh Dastjerdi said there was no firm evidence that satellite interception waves used to keep out foreign television programming were harmful to the health.
– The vaccination of the public against the H1N1 flu began in Iran, said a Health Ministry official.
– Iran started to fingerprint U.S. nationals visiting Iran in a reciprocal step, said the head of parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, Alaeddin Boroujerdi.
– The government is importing gasoline and diesel fuel in open violation of the provisions of the budget law for the current year, said head of the parliament's research centre, Ahmad Tavakoli.
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– The government's privatisation drive has failed to resolve the "crisis" in Iran's industrial sector, said a labour official.