November 16, 2000
A former Iranian communist facing a possible death sentence for his role in a controversial political seminar in Germany has been released on bail.
Two members of Iran's main armed opposition group, the People's Mujahedeen, were killed and one security guard injured in Wednesday's clashes near the
“Ready to extend full cooperation to Pakistan,” Hojjatolah Ghanimifard, secretary of the National Iranian Oil Company, told <I>IRNA</I>. Pakistan’s decision to purchase oil from Iran comes amidst disc
Note: Originally published on 27 Sept. 2000. 6) In paragraph \"c\" of article \"2\" it has been emphasized on the \"necessity of securing a steady income to the producing countries\". This too contai
Note: Originally published on 27 Sept. 2000. While this editorial note is being written there is precious little news about the second OPEC summit, scheduled to be convened later this month in Caraca
Iran's environment protection organization has discovered an oil slick floating on one of the country's major pond in the southwestern Khuzistan province, state radio reported Wednesday.
Cheap pump prices are forcing Iran, the second-ranking OPEC member, to import refined oil products in ever-increasing quantities, an oil official was quoted as saying Wednesday.
November 15, 2000
The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL), with the aim of increasing its shipping fleet and protecting the environment, has signed a $201 m
Clashes between the security forces and Iran's armed opposition group, the People's Mujahedeen, near the southern Iranian city of Shiraz, left an unsp
Iran's environment protection organization has discovered an oil slick floating on one of the country's major pond in the southwestern Khuzistan provi
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami's office denied press reports in Egypt announcing plans by the Iranian head of state to visit Cairo.
Jailed reformist Iranian journalist, Ebrahim Nabavi, appeared at Tehran's press court Wednesday charged with waging anti-regime propaganda and insulti
Ingo Dijksma, General Manager, Shell Iran Offshore Ltd, says "It has been a year since the signing of the Soroosh/ Nowrooz agreement. Most of the major contracts have been awarded, and the value of th
The signing in November 1999 of an agreement between the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Shell to develop the Soroosh/Nowrooz offshore oil fields, at an estimated cost of US $800 million, was
November 14, 2000
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday took the government of President Mohammed Khatami to task over its record on cultural affairs.