AP: The United States and key European nations moved closer to agreement with Russia Tuesday on a Security Council resolution that would give Iran about a month to suspend uranium enrichment or face economic and diplomatic sanctions.
Reuters: Key members of the U.N. Security Council were close to agreement on a draft resolution demanding Iran suspend all nuclear enrichment and reprocessing work and threatening to consider sanctions if it refuses, diplomats said on Tuesday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jul. 25 Irans Majlis Speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel said on Tuesday that Majlis, or parliament, would reconsider its approach over its membership in the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) if its nuclear dossier was sent before the United Nations Security Council.
AKI: An Iranian woman convicted of killing her husband and of having extramarital sex has been sentenced to death by stoning. The sentence of Ashraf Kalhori could be carried out in the coming weeks, her lawyer said.
New York Times: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met Lebanese officials here on Monday to try to prop up the government of Prime Minister Fouad Siniora and to reassure Arab allies who have become increasingly impatient with the Israeli bombardment, which has killed close to 400 people, mostly Lebanese civilians.
Washington Times - Editorial: While Israel continues fighting to secure its northern border, the Iranian government barely makes an effort to hide its support for Hezbollah. Yesterday, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called the United States and Britain "accomplices of the Zionist regime in its crimes in Lebanon and Palestine" and declared that, by going to war against Hezbollah, Israel "pushed the button of its own destruction."