September 16, 2000
US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright says she was encouraged by the similarity of views between Washington and Tehran over the problems in Afghani
September 15, 2000
Israeli President Moshe Katsav says in an interview that peace partners will soon reach an end to the Israeli-Arab conflict.
September 14, 2000
Iran and India have signed an agreement in St. Petersbuig on Tuesday to create an international north-south transport corridor, Iran Daily reported Th
Iran has signed with Austria contracts worth $500 million, reported Iran Daily Thursday. Iranian Industries Minister Gholamreza Shafei was quoted by t
A Movie Theater in Tahran was obliterated following an aggressive bomb attack on the cinema.
Iranian security forces killed 11 Afghan drug traffickers after several days of violent clashes
An Iranian cleric, Mohammad-Reza Bozorgi Araqi, was shot and wounded by two unknown motorcyclists earlier this week, just three months after another a
Iran’s government has established a fund in which surplus income from oil production will be accumulated, with the intent that the monies be used in a well-formulated manner that will best serve the i
Surging prices should give Iran some $10 billion in extra oil revenue by early next year, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar-Zanganeh said on Wednesday.
September 13, 2000
After a series of successes, the Iranian film industry finds itself on French screens.
Iran announced Wednesday that a trade exhibition is due to take place in Alexandria, Egypt, next February, Iran's official news agency (IRNA) reported
Iran and Japan start their first round of talks on arms control and disarmament in Tokyo.
Iran has named a top diplomat as its new ambassador to Britain, a year after the two countries exchanged envoys following a 10-year rift.
September 12, 2000
Iran will boost its fishing activities to exceed the revenues of the exported marine products to $100 million, Iran's official news agency (IRNA) repo
Iranian officials have condemned the inaction of the international community to sue Western firms that helped Iraq manufacture chemical weapons in its