October 29, 2000
Iran began eight days of war games Sunday in the Gulf's Strait of Hormuz and Sea of Oman with a delegation from Oman on hand as observers.
Iran vehemently criticized western countries for their "indifference" towards Tehran's efforts in combatting drug trafficking.
Japan's government plans to provide Iran with trade insurance to cover export orders worth around $560 million during President Mohammad Khatami's visit next week.
Japan said yesterday it was extending a $69m loan to help complete an Iranian power project, ahead of next week’s visit to Tokyo by Iranian President Mohammad Khatami.
Iran's oil minister has forecast a sharp drop in oil prices early next year and counseled OPEC countries to prepare to cut output in response, according to a statement published Saturday.
October 28, 2000
Iran's reformist-dominated parliament launched a wide-ranging review of the country's legal system Saturday, with a commission studying all laws passe
Iran's oil minister has forecast a sharp drop in oil prices early next year and counseled OPEC countries to prepare to cut output in response.
Japan's government plans to provide Iran with trade insurance to cover export orders worth around 560 million dollars during President Mohammed Khatam
October 27, 2000
Iran\'s influential former president Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani lashed out Friday at the US House of Representatives for its resolution condemning the P
October 26, 2000
Iran's embattled reformists have created a political strategy committee to defend their movement after repeated setbacks at the hands of conservative
A group of Iranian pilgrims will cross into Iraq on Friday for the first such trip since the visits were stopped in July over a dispute about entry fe
Tehran's district mayors are burning the midnight oil after the municipality ordered city hall to remain open overnight to better serve residents.
Japan said Thursday it was extending a 69-million-dollar-loan to help complete an Iranian power project, ahead of next week's visit to Tokyo by Irania
Former US secretary of state George Shultz, an adviser to Republican presidential nominee George W. Bush, voiced indignation Wednesday over reports th
October 25, 2000
Iranian sources have said that the Higher Council of National Security in Iran has taken a decision to freeze all the measures taken to normalize ties