December 15, 2000
An Iranian reformist who claimed conservatives are trying to impeach President Mohammad Khatami will appear in court Saturday to answer questions over
Iran\'s supreme leader reiterated Friday a call for the \"cancerous tumour\" of Israel to be eradicated, as fresh violence erupted that left five more
December 14, 2000
President Mohammad Khatami on Thursday accepted the resignation of his Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ataollah Mohajerani
Iran\'s judiciary spokesman was quoted in Thursday\'s press denying reports of a motion filed with the supreme court to oust reformist President Moham
A lawyer for the families of two Iranian dissidents assassinated in 1998 was released on bail three days after his arrest.
French automotive giant Renault confirmed Thursday it will equip a number of Iranian buses with natural gas engines in collaboration with local partne
The former commander of Iran\'s elite Revolutionary Guards corps is expected to announce his candidacy for next May\'s presidential elections, press r
Iran’s draft budget proposal for the year beginning March 2001 allocates up to $2.8 billion for investment in the country’s massive Azadegan oil field through buy-back deals, according to an Iranian n
December 13, 2000
Iran has produced a total of 613,604 tons of vegetable oil in the first seven months of the year (started March 20th), Tehran Times reported Wednesday
A number of Kurdish students were beaten and arrested during a peaceful demonstration at the University of Tehran.
The fifth international conference of IIES, with the theme of the "Impact of the Middle East Oil/Caspian Sea on the Global Energy Markets", is being convened when the world oil market is faced with a
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar-Zangeneh Tuesday condemned the continuing drop in the basket price for OPEC crude and hinted the 11-member organisation could decide to cut production.
Drought-hit Iran imported 5.6 million tones of wheat this year after its own production fell drastically.
December 12, 2000
Iran has filed a 50-billion-rial ($28.6m) legal suit against a Russian shipping company for losses inflicted by Sakharov container-carrier ship on Ira
Iran\'s rich state-run Welfare Organization came to the rescue of a mother and her baby after published reports said both had been \"taken hostage\" b