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The Conservative Party has been urged to return a £160,000 donation it received from the wife of one of Vladimir Putin's former ministers for a tennis match with David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
Banker Lubov Chernukhin, whose husband served in the Russian Cabinet in 2000, made the winning bid for a doubles match last month.
It is one of more than £900,000 of donations that Labour say the Tories have received from people with links to the Russian government or "who may be hit by the sorts of sanctions" sought by the PM.
Opposition figures have called on the Prime Minister to ensure the money is returned, with MP Sheila Gilmore saying: "There can be no impression of conflicts of interest or hypocrisy at such an important time."
Come on David Cameron. Pay back the Tory donations from Putins pals
A Conservative spokesman said: "All donations to the Conservative Party are fully and transparently declared to the Electoral Commission and published on their website."
The United Nations Human Rights Council is expected to hold a meeting over the Israeli military operation in Gaza later today, Haaretz reports.
The Palestinians and Arab countries have filed the Council with a draft, which includes the creation of an inquiry into alleged war crimes, such as targeting civilian targets, and violations of international law by Israel.
It is still unclear how many bodies from downed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 have arrived in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv and how many may have been left behind at the crash site, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said.
Civilians in Gaza are "craving a ceasefire" with Israel as the escalating violence threatens more lives, Save the Children have said.
The charity's Head of Conflict, George Graham, told Good Morning Britain they were unable to get medicine and food to those most in need in Gaza because the area had become so dangerous.
A Spanish second division team has unveiled a remarkable new tuxedo-style football strip.
Cultural Leonesa usually play in all-white at home, but launched their smart new "limited edition" jersey in an "eagerness to innovate" and an attempt to "generate resources for the club."
Glasgow's Commonwealth Games "will be the best yet", Dame Kelly Holmes told Good Morning Britain.
Holmes, who is President of the Commonwealth Games England, recalled the near-disaster that was the 2010 Delhi Games and 2004 Athens Olympic Games and said "every Games has its issues".
A senior French minister has suggested Britain should look at its own dealings with Russia after David Cameron appeared to criticise the country for continuing a lucrative warship trade deal with Moscow.
Mr Cameron had told Parliament on Monday that the plans to sell two Mistral helicopter carriers to Vladimir Putin's government would be "unthinkable" in Britain following the MH17 disaster.
Speaking to TF1 television after a meeting with European foreign ministers, Laurent Fabius responded: "The English in particular were very pleasant so to speak saying we would never do that, but I told my dear British friends let's talk about the financial sector."
"I am led to believe that there are quite a few Russian oligarchs in London."
Mr Fabius was also asked if that meant Britain should take care of its own business first.
"Exactly," he replied.
One child has been killed in Gaza every hour for the past two days, the United Nations said in their latest report into the civilian casualties of the ongoing conflict.
- The conflict has so far claimed the lives of 599 Palestinians, including 443 civilians, 147 are children, 74 are women
- 28 Israelis have been killed, including two civilians and 26 soldiers
- 3,504 Palestinians have been injured, of whom 1,100 are children and 1,153 are women
- 117,000 displaced people are taking shelter in UN schools
- 44% of Gaza across a three kilometre wide strip has been declared as a "buffer zone" by the Israeli military
The United Nations has called for an immediate ceasefire and return to dialogue between Israel and Palestinian authorities.
Former Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins will contest his 35-year sentence for a string of child sex offences today.
A panel of judges at Cardiff Crown Court will decide whether the convicted paedophile has grounds for appeal.
The 37 year old, who is not challenging his 13 sex offence convictions, believes he was treated too harshly by sentencing judge Mr Justice Royce.
He was handed a minimum 29-year prison term and an additional six years on licence in December last year.
The "terrible" crash of flight has show unrest in Ukraine is "getting out of control", a former British diplomat to eastern Europe and Moscow told Good Morning Britain.
Charles Crawford, a former ambassador to Sarajevo, said it would be "difficult" to offer Russia a deal which was "not completely morally unacceptable as well as politically unacceptable."