October 25, 2000
Iran's main armed opposition group, the People's Mujahedeen, said that a mortar attack it claimed to have launched on security headquarters in Tehran
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, recently arrived in Tehran accompanied by a delegation of 70 businessmen. The visit marked the first official visit to Iran by a Spanish leader since Iran's Is
In the first half of the Iranian calendar year (started March 20), the Islamic republic experienced a 13 percent inflation rate. Mohammad Jafar Mojarrad, deputy of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) expre
Iran is “seriously considering” membership to the World Trade Organization (WTO), <I>IRNA<I> has reported. Speaking at the inauguration of Iran’s Permanent Trade Center in Shanghai, Iran’s ambassador
October 24, 2000
Lawyers for four Iranian Jews convicted of spying for Israel said they filed a motion at the prosecutor general's office on Tuesday for the ruling of
Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards (Pasdaran) called Tuesday for the obliteration of Israel.
Iran's security forces killed four armed bandits, and freed two hostages they were holding captive in the northeastern province of Khorassan.
The fate of a hoped-for emergency meeting of foreign ministers from the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) on the Middle East crisis was in
Iran's pro-reform parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed legislation giving defendants the automatic right to have their lawyers present in court
Iran's conservative-led judiciary has ordered the closure of three weekly newspapers close to the reform movement.
Fereydoun Moshiri, considered one of the masters of contemporary Iranian poetry, has died of cancer at age 74.
IRNA the official Iranian news agency reported that NIOC the National Iranian PetroIran Co. to develop an 85,000-barrels-per-day Salman field an offshore oil field that is shared with Abu Dhabi of the
Since his accession to power three years ago Iranian President Mohammad Khatami has become a master debt manager, ridding the country of $36 billion in outstanding foreign debt — if only oil prices do
Surging oil prices have given Iran around six billion dollars in extra revenues for the first half of the current Iranian year, a member of parliament's budget committee announced on Monday.
October 23, 2000
Surging oil prices have given Iran around six billion dollars in extra revenues for the first half of the current Iranian year.