Iran

July 13, 2000

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An Iranian cleric, Mohammad-Reza Bozorgi Araqi, was shot and injured by two unknown men in the early hours of Sunday morning, following commemorations

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Berlin and Tehran have begun "a new era" in their bilateral relations, Iranian President Mohammad Khatami said early Thursday at the end of a three-da

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Iran on Wednesday rejected a US court verdict that held it responsible for a terrorist bombing in Israel that killed two Americans, reported The Assoc

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(MEBG) - The chairman of the board of directors of Iran’s Oil Industries Engineering and Construction (OIEC) company has declared his country’s readiness to make joint investments in Tatarstan’s oil a

July 12, 2000

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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

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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

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Iran has injected some 25 billion cubic meter of gas into reservoirs at five oilfields in the south of the country.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Germany wants a "substantial new start" in its relations with Iran, Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said Monday after holding talks with Iranian Presiden

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An Iranian revolutionary court in the southeastern city of Shiraz Monday issued an international arrest warrant for the leader of the alleged Israeli

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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