September 21, 2000
An Iranian appeal court cuts by several years sentences imposed on 10 Jews convicted in July of spying for Israel.
A group of Iranian women recited for the first time ever verses of the holy Quran in a religious program in Vatican city on Sunday, Tehran Times repor
Iran's special religious court has banned the reformist weekly magazine Khalij-e-Fars (Persian Gulf), published in the southern city of Boushehr.
The United States said Wednesday that its policy towards Iran has not changed basically, and that the unilateral sanctions imposed on the Asian countr
An editorial in the <I>Tehran Times</I> a conservative English-language daily published by the Islamic Guidance and Communications Organization, criticized Opec for what it said was giving into Wester
Iran’s energy minister, Bijan Namdar-Zanganeh, has inaugurated the country’s newest power station, a 400 kW facility located in Aliabad.
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, closing a provincial tour on which he vigorously defended his reform progamme, said Washington is facing growing pressure to lift sanctions on Tehran.
September 20, 2000
Gorgan flash floods have hit five villages in the eastern part of Iran, triggered by torrential rains since early Tuesday, Tahran Daily reported. The
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, said Washington is facing growing pressure to lift sanctions on Tehran.
Official time in Iran will be set back one hour starting midnight Wednesday, Iran's official news agency (IRNA) reported the same day. The agency quot
An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale Tuesday shook northeastern Iran late Tuesday
Iran's National Security Council has said that government troops and Islamic militia played an illegal role in the deadly unrest which marred a pro-reform student meeting last month.
As part of efforts to jumpstart its stagnant economy, the Islamic Republic of Iran has targeted its state-owned defense industry at the global arms market. Experts believe that Tehran, with its strong
September 19, 2000
Russia has decided that it will not share its laser technology with Iran after a personal request from U.S. President Bill Clinton.
Seventy two countries are to participate in the 26th Tehran International Trade Fair, which will be held during October 1-8, according to Managing Dir