August 30, 2000
Phases nine through 12 of Iran’s South Pars gas field will be put up for tender in two weeks time, said Assadollah Salehiforuz, head of the state-run South Pars Oil and Gas Company.
Iran's Zayande river, which cuts through the historical central city of Isfahan, has virtually dried up because of the unprecedented drought wracking the nation.
August 29, 2000
Baluchestan multipurpose container ship was delivered to Iran on Monday in the Chinese port of Guangzhou, reported Iran’s official news agency (IRNA)
Iranian police arrested a five-man team of drug smugglers in west of the capital Tehran. The suspects were carrying 200 kilograms of opium.
Iranian athlete Hamid Sajjadi wins the bronze medal of the 13th Asian Track and Field Championships in the men's 3,000 meters hurdles, currently being
Iran has achieved self-sufficiency of its zinc productions and will export part of the output, according to Iran official news agency (IRNA). The agen
A cooperation agreement is set to be signed between the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan and Iran, according to which Iran will extend to Tajikistan long-term credit worth $12.5 million. Tajikista
August 28, 2000
Iran's leading pro-reform student group have accused troops under the control of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei of attacking them during the pa
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Sunday that the country needed to attract foreign investment to develop its oil and gas fields, repo
Five mortar shells have been fired early Monday into a military barracks in east Tehran. An opposition group has claimed responsibility for the attack
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar-Zanganeh gave a ringing endorsement of President Mohammad Khatami's programme of economic reforms.
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami will assign a special representative to take care of matters related to the Caspian Sea's energy resources.
Iran exported more than $120 million worth of mineral and metal products during the period between March 20-July 20, 2000.
Iran's parliament approved a new bill, on August 23, to protect foreign investments — as a means of increasing and attracting much-needed foreign investment into the country.
August 27, 2000
By Mahmoud Al Abed The People’s Mujahideen – Khalq, the Iranian exiled armed group that has recently stepped up their attacks on targets inside Iran,