October 16, 2000
Two Iranians found guilty of "sexual perversion" have been hanged at Qom to the south of the capital, a newspaper reported.
Iran is offering some eight billion dollars in housing and infrastructure projects to foreign firms at a two-day construction fair beginning Tuesday.
Iran's air cargo fleet has been banned from making international flights after being ruled unfit to fly, due mainly to a lack of spare parts, press re
Iran's conservative religious court has concluded its closed-door trial of an ailing pro-reform cleric facing a battery of serious charges.
Iran said Monday's peace summit in Egypt is aimed at "influencing" next week's Arab summit in Cairo and vowed it would have no effect on Muslim suppor
Two of the world largest oil producers, Iran and Kuwait, plan to adopt measures that will improve bilateral trade ties, reported the <I> Opecna Bulletin,</I> quoting Mojtaba Ferdousi-Pour, Iran's econ
October 15, 2000
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi described Sunday his first visit to Iraq as "positive", saying agreement had been reached to work together to s
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi, on a visit to Baghdad, called Saturday for the two countries to respect the 1975 Algiers agreement which fixed
A new pro-free trade business newspaper hit Tehran's newsstands on Saturday, the third press launch in Iran in a little more than a month.
Iranian state television said Sunday that the international embargo against Iraq was finished following the visit to Baghdad by Tehran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi.
October 13, 2000
A conservative Iranian cleric on Friday blasted the United States as inhuman and said it was the duty of Muslims worldwide to cut all relations with I
October 12, 2000
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi is expected in Baghdad Friday on a three-day visit, the first such mission in 10 years, an official Iraqi source
Iranian President Khatami named Saturday a new interim post and telecoms minister after his first choice for the troubled ministry was rejected by the reform-majority parliament. Abdollah Mirtaheri is
October 11, 2000
A tense calm hung over Ajabshir in northwest Iran Wednesday, after four days of violent clashes between police and demonstrators sparked by the offici
October 10, 2000
The pharmaceuticals company Zakaria Tabriz was established in 1990 to reduce Iran's dependence on imported raw materials for the production of antibiotics and other strategically important medicines,