December 24, 2000
A group of 369 intellectuals, writers as well as liberal and nationalist Iranian politicians, have denounced the \"continuing trials and the arbitrary
Russian Defense Minister Igor Sergeyev will tour Iranian military installations this week in building arms trade with Teheran despite threats of US ec
Iran\'s OPEC representative said Sunday the cartel should cut production by a minimum of one million barrels per day (bpd) in order to stop the slide
Iran\'s lone Jewish MP lashed out Sunday at what he said was systematic discrimination that blocks Jews from taking advanced university degrees or mov
Three men accused of carrying out the 1998 killings of leading Iranian dissidents were ordered held Saturday as their controversial trial began behind
Iran’s oil minister, Bijan Namdar-Zanganeh, has revealed that more than $10 billion of investments have been made in projects in the country’s Pars Special Economic Zone (PSEZ), with crude exports fro
The chairman of the Iranian parliamentary energy committee, Mostafa Taheri, blasted oil ministry buy-back deals for being expensive and inefficient, according to the Entekhab newspaper on December 21s
Iran has resumed supplying electricity to the autonomous Azerbaijani republic of Nakhichevan after Baku handed over the first part of its payment in arrears, the energy ministry said.
December 23, 2000
Russian Defense Minister Igor Sergeyev will be visiting several Iranian military installations during his three-day visit to Iran next week.
A conservative Iranian paper on Saturday blasted a US court decision ordering Tehran to pay 311 million dollars to the brother of an Iranian dissident
Thai police said Saturday they had arrested a 19-year-old Iranian man on suspicion of involvement in the murder of a British man whose dismembered bod
Two days of clashes between anti-riot police and demonstrators in southern Iran have left dozens of people wounded.
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi has called on the new administration of President-elect George W. Bush to change US policies towards Iran.
The closed-door trial of 17 men allegedly behind the 1998 serial murders of several leading dissidents and intellectuals will resume Monday after the
December 22, 2000
International press watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) called Thursday for a fair and open trial of 18 men accused of killing several leading di