September 7, 2000
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Mohsen Aminzadeh and Philippines Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Lauro Baja on Tuesday held
An Iranian couple recently exchanged marriage vows some five decades after first falling in love.
Germany's crude oil imports from Iran rose by 45 percent in the January-July period compared to the figure registered within the period last year.
Two embassy cars, belonging to the Iranian and Albanian diplomatic missions in Greece, have been torched by suspected anarchists overnight in the capi
September 6, 2000
Iran's foreign ministry spokesman has expressed dismay over some issues raised during meetings of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Arab Leag
Iran's parliament orders an inquiry into violent unrest in the western city of Khoramabad sparked after conservatives physically barred two leading re
Iran is keen to develop its tourism industry, and is preparing to switch its efforts to attract visitors from other Islamic countries.
Members of an Iranian tea factories' syndicate are up in arms over a trip in late July by a delegation of high-ranking officials from Gilan Province to India, at the end of which it was announced that
September 5, 2000
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami has urged hundreds of Iranian expatriates living in the United States to to help forge a better future for Iran.
Iran's Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has announced that it will hold consecutive sessions to inquire into performance of the government in th
Iran National Industries Organization (INIO) has grated 785.4 billion rials worth of shares from its affiliated units to the private sector, as a means of assisting the government's privatization plan
September 3, 2000
Iran’s parliament will be considering a proposal to give Iranians who left the country because of the 1979 Islamic revolution amensty.
Iran’s appeal court postpones it’s ruling on 10 Iranian Jews, sentenced to jail terms for spying for Israel, until later this month
The speaker of the Iranian parliament has met with representatives of U.S. oil companies, including the Chevron Corp. and Conoco Inc., and used the opportunity to call on the U.S. government to end it
Iran’s reformist-dominated Parliament yesterday passed the broad outlines of a law aimed at boosting non-oil exports which have plummeted in the past few years.