Articles - July 2000

 

 

VELAYATI SAYS UNDECIDED ON RUNNING IN THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE

AFGHAN MILITARIES MINIMISES CAPTURE OF NAHREIN BY TALEBAN

AFGHAN’S SUPREME LEADER REITERATES POSITION ON BIN LADEN

IRAN TO MOBILISE ARAB AND PALESTINIAN ANTI-PEACE FORCES

THOUSANDS OF IRANIANS BID FAREWELL TO AHMAD SHAMLOU

TO HARD LINERS DISMAY, KHATAMI SAID HE WOULD SEEK NEW MANDATE

LED BY THE LEADER, HARD LINERS DECLARE ALL OUT WAR ON REFORMERS

AHMAD SHAMLOU, IRAN’S GREATEST CONTEMPORARY POET DIES

IRAN TO SIGN ITS BIGEST ENERGY CONTRACT WITH ITALIAN FIRM

EBADI, RAHAMI FREED ON BAIL

IRNA SAYS KEYHAN IS A "MEDIA MAFIA" CONTROLLED BY "MONOPOLISTS"

ZAHER SHAH'S LOYA JIRGA PROPOSAL COLD SHOULDERED BY PAKISTAN

KADIVAR CRITICISES JUDICIARY AND REGRETS MAJLES INEFFICIENCY

ANKARA JOINS ISRAEL AND THE US DENOUNCING IRAN MISSILE

CONSERVATIVES DETERMINED TO HANG ON TO POWER

BASHAR INAUGURATED AS NEW PRESIDENT, PROMISES CHANGES

TWO MINISTRIES AND A PARTY PROTEST TO THE JUDICIARY

TRIAL OF Mrs. EBADI AND Mr. RAHAMI DENOUNCED AS "FARCE"

ISLAMIC CONSTITUTION MAJOR OBSTACLE FOR IRANIANS ABROAD

WHERE WAS HERR POPPE DURING MR. KHATAMI'S VISIT TO GERMANY?

BY GIVING IN TO IRANIAN DEMANDS, GERMANY LOWERED ITS STATUS

Mr. KHAMENEH'I CONFIRMS HIS REGIME IS ON DESCENDING LINE

SHROEDER PROMISES NEW CHAPTER IN IRAN-GERMANY RELATIONS

BERLIN PLACED UNDER SIEGE FOR Mr. KHATAMI'S DIFFICULT VISIT

A STUDENT LEADER CALLS FOR ENDING RELIGIOUS REGIME

OPEN LETTER FROM MR. MOHAJERI-NEZHAD TO PRESIDENT KHATAMI

SHANGHAI FIVE TO FORM REGIONAL ANTI-TERRORISM CENTRE

REACTING TO WORLD OUTCRY, IRAN CONDEMN INTERFERENCES

IRAN AND EGYPT GET CLOSER BUT NOT READY FOR FULL TIES

IRANIAN JEWS ESCAPE DEATH BUT GET HARSH PENALITIES

  


Iran Press Service
Iran Press Service
Editor-in-Chief: Safa Haeri
Tel: +33 1 43805838 Fax: +33 1 43805825
e-mail: safa@iran-press-service.com


Copyright © 2000, IRAN PRESS SERVICE, all rights reserved.