July 12, 2000
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami wound up a trip to Germany with a visit to the nation's cultural capital Wednesday, eager to show that Iran is open
A US federal judge ordered Iran on Tuesday to pay more than $325 million in damages to the families of two American students killed in a bus bombing i
Iran has injected some 25 billion cubic meter of gas into reservoirs at five oilfields in the south of the country.
An official German report has revealed that Germany’s crude oil imports from Iran, rose about 50-percent during the first five months of the year, compared to the same period in 1999, from approximate
The German engineering group Linde said Tuesday that it had won a contract worth 350 million euros (333 million dollars) to build the world's largest olefin plant in Iran's free trade zone, Bandar Ima
July 11, 2000
Six men convicted of drug trafficking have been hanged in the Iranian capital, a newspaper reported Tuesday. "Six men who were members of an internat
A military court has acquitted Tehran's former police chief of charges that he violated orders when he led an attack on a student dormitory a year ago
The Italian company ENI is about to sign a 2.5 billion dollar contract with Iran to develop gas reserves in the Gulf, one of the country's largest gas agreements, an Iranian official has announced.
July 10, 2000
Germany wants a "substantial new start" in its relations with Iran, Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said Monday after holding talks with Iranian Presiden
An Iranian revolutionary court in the southeastern city of Shiraz Monday issued an international arrest warrant for the leader of the alleged Israeli
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has rejected any plans for western-style reforms, and accused the United States and Britain of scheming f
The Iranian navy has arrested 14 stowaways trying to leave Iran via the Arab Gulf, newspapers reported Monday. According to the papers, the stowaways,
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami left Tehran early Monday for Berlin where he will make a three-day official visit, the first by an Iranian presiden
Fueled by the Republic of Iran's improving standing in the international business community, Italy has expressed its hopes for expanding trade with Iran.
July 9, 2000
The British foreign secretary's planned trip to Iran was postponed because of Hizbollah leader, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah's impromptu visit, said Iran's