Articles - September 2000

 

 

RAFSANJANI AND KHAMENEH'I LOST THE WAR BUT FILLED THEIR POCKETS

OPEC PLEDGES REGULAR OIL SUPPLY, URGES CONSUMERS LOWER TAXES

EBADI AND RAHAMI CONDEMNED TO 15 MONTHS SUSPENDED JAIL

OPEC SAYS WEST NOT TO INSURE PROSPERITY ON PRODUCERS POCKET

IRANIAN EFFORTS FOR SECRET TALKS WITH ISRAEL NEVER MATERIALISED

KHATAMI SAYS HE IS FOR VELAYAT FAQIH, URGES STUDENTS KEEP QUIET

DISSIDENTS URGES RELEASE OF ESHKEVARI AND POLITICAL PRISONERS

AFGHANISTAN FOES TAKE CENTRE STAGE AT THE UNITED NATIONS

IRANIAN JEWS GET LIGHTER SENTENCES

NEW ISRAELI PRESIDENT SAYS HE IS OPTIMISTIC ON TIES WITH IRAN

LAWYERS FOR THE ACCUSED JEWS THREATENED BY JUDICIARY OFFICIALS

LEADER CONSOLIDATEs HIS POSITION AS SOLE MAN ON THE HELM

IRANIAN MINORITIES CALL FOR EQUAL CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS RIGHTS

DESPITE POSITIVE MOVES, NORMALISATION WITH US IS FAR AWAY

STATE INSPECTORATE REPORT IS BIASED, ONE SIDED, PROVOCATIVE

PAKISTAN TO ABSORB AFGHANISTAN INTO A CONFEDERATION

INTERVIEW WITH GRAND AYATOLLAH HOSEINALI MONTAZERI

REPORT BLAME STUDENTS AND REFORMISTS FOR KHORRAMABAD RIOTS

POLL SHOWS MAJORITY OF IRANIANS WANTS FRIENDLY TIES WITH US

"DISMAYED" OPEC WARNED EU ON "EXCESSIVE" TAXATION ON OIL

CALLING ON EUROPE TO CUT TAXES, OPEC AGREED TO 800.000 BPD INCREASE

ADAMANT STUDENTS LEADER SAYS PROTEST MOVEMENT WOULD CONTINUE

ENDING SUPPORT OF TERRORISM, IRAN NORMALISES WITH ALGERIA

EXPERTS AND MARKETS PESSIMISTIC ON A RAPID DECREASE IN OIL PRICES

TALEBAN CAPTURE STRATEGIC CITY OF TALOQAN FROM MAS’UD FORCES

THE AMBIGUOUS STANDS OF MR. KHATAMI

REJECTING AMNESTY, IRANIAN DIASPORA SUGGESTS RECONCILIATION

KHATAMI HAS THE FEELING BUT NOT THE INSTRUMENT

TURKMEN ENVOY TELLS AFGHAN OPPOSITION TALEBAN READY FOR TALKS

EXPERTS ASSEMBLY BEING PREPARED FOR REMOVING THE PRESIDENT

NEW IRANIAN "CHARM OFFENSIVE" INITIATED BY THE LEADER

 

 

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