August 17, 2000
Three Iranians convicted of murder were hanged in prison in the presence of their victims' families.
Iran's press court imposes a permanent ban on a suspended pro-reform newspaper and bars its director from further press activities.
Efforts by Azerbaijan to sell gas to Turkey now appear to have been behind Iran’s decision to sign a gas supply agreement with Turkey,
The governor of Iran's Export Promotion Bank, Norouz Kahzadi, stressed the importance of Iran keeping up to pace in today's electronically oriented global market.
August 16, 2000
The reformist-dominated Iranian parliament have voted not to certify the election of a conservative deputy as the result of "multiple complaints lodge
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami says reforms are the only solution for the Islamic republic.
Iran's Tae Kwon Do Federation announces that player Hadi Saee ranked first among the world tae kwon do athletes according to the latest rating of the
Although political issues continue to top Iran\'s daily agenda, the country\'s economy is of no less concern. With the country’s economic condition deteriorating, many feel that it is time for Iran\'s
Iran on Tuesday threatened to cut off electricity to the autonomous Azerbaijani republic of Nakhichevan over non-payment of bills.
August 15, 2000
An Iranian official says the country ranks first in health affairs among 23 Middle East countries.
The Iranian oil authorities announced August 14 the discovery of a new on-shore gas field with recoverable reserves of about 133.1 billion cubic meters (4.7 trillion cubic feet) of sweet gas and about
Iranian Parliament Speaker Mehdi Karubi on Monday defended the economic record of President Mohammad Khatami, who has come under attack for neglecting the country's economic woes.
Iran has approved the merging of four key economic ministries into two to make them more efficient and streamline bureacracy.
The cabinet recently approved a new law permitting all bank account profits to be tax-exempt, according to the governor of Iran’s Central Bank.
August 14, 2000
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami calls for international action to save the people of Afghanistan, hit by civil war and drought.