September 10, 2000
Iranian security forces have seized more than a ton of opium near the border with Pakistan.
The brother of Iran's supreme leader and director of the pro-reform Hayat-e-No daily, Hadi Khamenei, has been summoned to appear at Tehran's press cou
Iran could earn about $2 billion 2005 from the export of engineering and technological services to the oil industry, over the course of its third five-year economic plan, which will run through March
Russia will cooperate with Iran in a project to liquefy hydrogen as part of a bilateral programme to develop new types of energy, the official IRNA news agency reported Saturday.
September 9, 2000
Tehran is entering the second phase of a war against more than one million rats that roam through the streets and alleys of the capital.
A collision between two cars traveling on a road linking the city of Qouchan to the provincial capital of Mashhad in Iran, on Friday left eight people
Russia will cooperate with Iran in a project to liquefy hydrogen as part of a bilateral program to develop new types of energy.
Local Law Enforcement Forces (LEF) personnel seized 27.5 kg of opium Saturday, Iran's news agency (IRANA) reported Saturday. Quoting an official, the
September 8, 2000
Iran is preparing another launch of the Shihab-3 intermediate-range missile, according to a report published Friday by the Washington Times newspaper.
September 7, 2000
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Mohsen Aminzadeh and Philippines Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Lauro Baja on Tuesday held
An Iranian couple recently exchanged marriage vows some five decades after first falling in love.
Germany's crude oil imports from Iran rose by 45 percent in the January-July period compared to the figure registered within the period last year.
Two embassy cars, belonging to the Iranian and Albanian diplomatic missions in Greece, have been torched by suspected anarchists overnight in the capi
September 6, 2000
Iran's foreign ministry spokesman has expressed dismay over some issues raised during meetings of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Arab Leag
Iran's parliament orders an inquiry into violent unrest in the western city of Khoramabad sparked after conservatives physically barred two leading re