December 13, 2000
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
A top Pentagon general was expected Tuesday in Moscow to quiz senior Russian defense officials over Moscow\'s plans to resume arms sales to Iran in de
Iran\'s pro-reform journalists\' guild has vehemently denounced the arrest of journalists and the conservative-led judiciary\'s crackdown on the count
A senior official in Iran\'s conservative-dominated judiciary denied Tuesday that a motion had been filed with the courts calling for reformist Presid
A reformist Iranian MP and ally of moderate President Mohammad Khatami said Tuesday the people\'s decision to follow the road of reforms in Iran was \
Iran Air, the country's flagship airline, will buy an additional four Airbus A-330 jets in 2001. The company purchased four A-330 jets last year.
December 11, 2000
President Mohammed Khatami said Monday that Iran\'s armed forces pose no threat to the country\'s neighbors but still need to be upgraded.
Drought-hit Iran imported 5.6 million tons of wheat this year after its own production fell drastically.
A lawyer for the families of two Iranian dissidents murdered two years ago was arrested Sunday, days before the trial of the alleged killers by a mili
December 10, 2000
Italian credit company Texco signed an agreement on Sunday with the Exports Guarantee Fund of Iran (EGFI) to provide the latter with a $100 million cr
Iranian provinces in the southwest, center and north of the country were hit by floods Sunday following two days of heavy rains.
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi said Sunday that Tehran and Baghdad needed to respect the 1975 Algiers agreement that fixed the two countries\'