December 10, 2000
Iran’s deputy oil minister was quoted saying that US oil majors had informed Iranian officials that if a Republican candidate ends up in the White House, the repeal of the sanctions is a done deal. Bu
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Sadik Kharrazi said on December 7th that Tehran can export 1 million tones a year (20,000 b/d) of crude from Kazakstan through a swap deal.
December 8, 2000
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Sredin held talks Friday with Iran\'s ambassador to Moscow, Mehdi Safari, ahead of next week\'s visit by a top
December 7, 2000
An influential Iranian conservative said a republican victory in the US elections was \"preferable\" for Tehran with prospects for a possible lifting
Kazakhstan said Wednesday that oil majors interested in constructing an oil pipeline to Iran should control 50 percent of the project while putting up 100 percent of the costs.
Iranian security forces seized 467 kilos of morphine hidden in a truck in the central-east province of Kerman.
December 6, 2000
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami affirmed Wednesday that he had not yet accepted the resignation of one of the country\'s leading reformers, Ministe
US defense experts met their Russian counterparts Wednesday to grill Moscow on its decision to resume military cooperation with Iran in violation of a
Thousands of Iranian students Wednesday voiced their anger with the regime\'s conservative leaders and hailed reformist President Mohammed Khatami whe
The Fajr-3 has just become the first Iranian-made plane to obtain a European stamp of approval. Thus far, three planes of the Fajr-3 model have been manufactured in Iran.
Iran’s English-language daily newspaper has criticized the way in which the government formulated its decision to permit new model cars into the country. It did not believe the decision was flawed; on
Iran's Deputy Oil Minister Hossein Kazempour-Ardebili said on Tuesday that a lifting of US oil sanctions against Iran was "inevitable."
Iran\'s Deputy Oil Minister said on Tuesday that a lifting of US oil sanctions against Iran was \"inevitable, because the democrats, like the republicans, know that they (the sanctions) are of no use.
The price of oil slouched below $30 a barrel on Tuesday at levels last seen almost four months ago, as the market began to believe that there will be enough crude available to satisfy demand this wint
December 5, 2000
The United States will urge Moscow to reverse its decision to resume military cooperation with Iran at a meeting of US-Russian experts in Moscow Wedne