August 15, 2000
The Iranian oil authorities announced August 14 the discovery of a new on-shore gas field with recoverable reserves of about 133.1 billion cubic meters (4.7 trillion cubic feet) of sweet gas and about
Iranian Parliament Speaker Mehdi Karubi on Monday defended the economic record of President Mohammad Khatami, who has come under attack for neglecting the country's economic woes.
Iran has approved the merging of four key economic ministries into two to make them more efficient and streamline bureacracy.
The cabinet recently approved a new law permitting all bank account profits to be tax-exempt, according to the governor of Iran’s Central Bank.
August 14, 2000
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami calls for international action to save the people of Afghanistan, hit by civil war and drought.
Iran says it has freed all Iraqi prisoners of war, closing a file which had hampered efforts to normalize ties between the two neighbors since their c
Iran has discovered a major gas field in the south of the country with estimated reserves worth $4.7 billion.
Iran's rich and powerful state Foundation for the Disinherited has decided to cut 114 of its top posts in order to improve its management and avoid bureaucracy.
August 13, 2000
Iran has discovered a major gas field in the south of the country with estimated reserves worth 4.7 billion dollars.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrived in Tehran late Wednesday on the fifth leg of a tour to prepare for a September OPEC summit in Caracas, the official IRNA news agency reported. He was welcomed
August 10, 2000
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei blasts the foreign media following his personal decree banning the new reformist parliament from debating
Iran releases a first batch of a total of 728 Iraqi POWs, who Tehran says are the last such prisoners held in Iran.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrived in Tehran late Wednesday on the fifth leg of a tour to prepare for a September OPEC summit in Caracas.
August 9, 2000
Relentless pressure by Iran's conservatives on their reformist rivals, using their control of the courts notably to silence pro-reform newspapers, is
The first village outside Tehran was connected to the Internet last week. Shahkouh, a village in northeastern Golestan province, was chosen because of its proximity to a university research center.