December 21, 2000
Tehran has established a laboratory to perform round-the-clock testing for drugs and alcohol, both of which are illegal in the Islamic republic.
December 20, 2000
An Iranian serial thief has had the fingers of his right hand chopped off as punishment, in line with the nation\'s strict version of sharia, or Islam
Iran will send some 30 tons of medical supplies and other humanitarian aid to the Palestinians.
A majority of Iranian MPs voiced their support Wednesday for popular former culture minister Ayatollah Mohajerani, who stepped down from office last w
Iranian authorities will permanently evacuate all the villages surrounding its unfinished nuclear reactors in the southern Gulf city of Bushehr within
South Korea’s minister of housing and transportation, Kim Youn Ki, has paid a visit to Iran, to examine ways of increasing the level of economic cooperation between Tehran and Seoul.
U.K.-based Enterprise Oil plc announced on December 19th that it had reached a deal with Iran’s Petropars for a stake in the development of the massive South Pars natural gas and condensate field.
December 19, 2000
Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo will visit Iran for two days in January.
Iran exported $43 million worth of saffron, dates and almonds during March-November this year, Iran\'s official news agency (IRNA) reported Tuesday. E
Iran\'s assets in banks operating in the UK rose to $6b at the end of September, more than double the level a year earlier, Iran\'s official news agen
Iran\'s conservative-led judiciary on Tuesday denied it had cut a deal not to prosecute former culture minister Ayatollah Mohajerani on corruption cha
The United Nations has suspended its repatriation program for Afghan refugees in Iran ahead of tough new sanctions likely to be put in place against t
A member of Iran\'s pro-reform majority enraged hardliners Tuesday by disclosing that his son \"dreams of living in the United States.\"
Iran has banned its nationals from travelling to Iraq via third countries amid Syrian efforts to attract Iranian pilgrims eager to visit Iraq\'s holy
Eight people in Iran were killed and 10 hurt when a passenger train slammed into a truck at a crossing southeast of Tehran.