October 22, 2000
The US government is to front more than 213 million dollars for eight families who have won court judgments against Iran.
Iran will stage presidential elections will be held on May 29 next year.
Iran's reformist-dominated parliament on Sunday approved the election of two MPs, a reformist and a conservative, ending a bitter struggle.
Iran said that a group of "terrorists" belonging to Iran's armed opposition group were arrested after they crossed into Iran with the aim of carrying
The Iranian armed opposition People's Mujahadeen claimed Sunday mortar attacks in Tehran overnight, saying they had hit two Revolutionary Guards' head
Iran's trade surplus with Saudi Arabia last year was $6.9 million on the back of a 32-plus percent rise in exports to the kingdom, Iran’s official news agency, <i>IRNA</i>, reported Saturday.
October 21, 2000
An Iranian father strangled his runaway daughter when she returned home, press reports said Saturday amid growing warnings over the dangers facing you
Iran's trade surplus with Saudi Arabia last year was 6.9 million dollars on the back of a 32-plus percent rise in exports to the kingdom.
An Iranian who was about to get married is now headed to the gallows instead after stabbing to death his brother-in-law-to-be in a family dispute.
The director-general of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has arrived for talks in Iran, which holds the group's rotating presidency.
October 20, 2000
Iran is considering to join the World Trade Organization (WTO), bring up the 'Dialog among Civilizations', and hold international conferences on inves
Pakistan sought to assuage Iranian "anxiety", after the Supreme Court overturned death sentences given to eight men for the alleged murder of an Irani
October 19, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar is to arrive in Tehran this weekend on a two-day official visit, the first by a Spanish government leader sinc
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi said the Sharm el-Sheikh summit on Middle East peace had "no tangible result", and raised "an enormous doubt" o
The Ukrainian energy authorities are considering their country\'s participation in a pipeline, which will transport natural gas from Iran and through Armenia, Georgia, Crimea and onto Western Europe,