October 24, 2000
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.
A relatively strong earthquake measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale shook Iran's northeastern Khorassan province.
Embattled Iranian Culture Minister Ayataollah Mohajerani said Monday he is prepared to stay in office at the request of President Mohammad Khatami, wh
Iran's appeals court has cut the five-and-a-half-year jail term of pro-reform journalist Emadeddin Baghi to three years.
Mortar bombs hit northern Tehran overnight, but no one was injured as the missiles fell onto open space.
Iran's foreign ministry criticized the results of the just-completed Arab summit in Cairo, saying it had failed to respond to the wishes of the Palest
Japan looks likely to turn down an Iranian request to provide a loan in yen for the building of a 770-kilometer railway line that will link the eastern city of Meshed near the Russian border and Bafq
October 22, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar opened talks here Sunday with Iranian officials on the Middle East crisis as Tehran seeks to mobilize Muslim s
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar said Spain will provide Iran with a credit line of 600 million dollars as the two nations move to boost commer
An Iranian MP appeared in court after an inquiry was launched into his new pro-reform newspaper which hit the news-stands only two weeks ago.