November 20, 2000
The Iranian parliament is planning a review of all oil contracts signed with foreign firms since the 1979 Islamic revolution, a conservative newspaper said Sunday.
November 19, 2000
Tehran said that the armed Iranian opposition People's Mujahedeen fired a dozen mortar shells overnight on a southwestern city without causing any cas
Iran's foreign minister called Sunday for the creation of a war-crimes tribunal to handle Israeli "crimes" in the occupied territories.
Iran on Sunday blasted US Defense Secretary William Cohen after he reiterated Washington's claims that the Islamic republic is developing weapons of m
Iran has discovered a new oil field off its Gulf coast which preliminary reports suggest could produce 3,000 barrels per day.
By the end of the Third Five Year Development Plan (2000-2005), Iran Oil Ministry plans to offload 23 firms, reported <I>Iran Daily</I>.
Iran’s national steel industry needs some $3.7 billion capital in foreign exchange as well as 10 000 billion rials, reported <I>Iran Daily</I>.
“Ready to extend full cooperation to Pakistan,” Hojjatolah Ghanimifard, secretary of the National Iranian Oil Company, told <I>IRNA</I>. Pakistan’s decision to purchase oil from Iran comes amidst disc
The Islamic Republic of Iran will hold its first exclusive trade fair in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas from November 23, aiming to introduce Iran\'s potentialities in production, exports, industry
With the number of old age people growing at an alarming rate in Italy a call for manpower has been raised and aimed at young Iranians. Italy is short of young people to fill an increasing number of j
OPEC has done all it can to calm raging oil markets and soaring prices, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said Friday as he arrived for a major oil forum between producers and consumers.
November 18, 2000
Tehran municipal public works employees were out on the streets Saturday cleaning up a barrage of graffiti that appeared overnight attacking embattled
The US dollar hit an 18-month low against the Iranian rial on Saturday, traders said, amid sharp criticism of the central bank's plans to push it lowe
A delegation from Egypt's Chambers of Commerce Union arrived in Tehran on Saturday for several days of talks aimed at boosting bilateral trade.
A young Iranian woman suspected of "loose morals" was beaten and then burned alive by her father and brother.