Palestinians seek to boycott Pizza Hut over hunger strike 'mockery'
He said that "the prisoners will not buy this account from the Israeli side, and they will continue their strike". Barghouti, who disputed the court's jurisdiction and did not mount a defense, has been in prison since 2002.
British local elections give May a boost ahead of key vote
Meanwhile UKIP had only one seat, a net loss of 109, falling "victim to its own success", according to party leader Paul Nuttall. That vote is now moving to Conservatives, who are in power and are strongly in favor of securing the UK's exit from the EU.
Sore ankle keeps Raptors G Lowry out of starting lineup
Lebron will probably not win six championships, but at 32 he has three and will have a great look at No. 4 next month. Should he be able to play, he will be able to back DeRozan if he struggles with his shot again.
Warriors sweep Jazz, advance to conference finals
The Warriors are 5-1 straight up and 3-3 ATS, but they have yet to win any of those games by more than 11 points. Golden State dampened the Utah offense, holding them to under 100 points for the third time in the series.
Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed London conference aims for stable Somalia under new chief
Somali President Farmajo said he believed al-Shabab could be defeated in "the next few years" but called for a lifting of the U.N. Action Aid's head of humanitarian response Mike Noyes said: "Drought has pushed millions of Somalis to the brink of starvation".
Burnley host West Brom at Turf Moor
The Venezuelan scored his first Baggies goal for almost five months in a topsy-turvy 2-2 draw with Burnley at Turf Moor today. Vokes had given Burnley the lead in the 56th minute but West Brom hit back with goals by Salomon Rondon and Craig Dawson.
Facebook removes accounts in fight against fake news
Facebook has also broadened its crackdown on fake news by launching an ad campaign on British media. It's working with outside organizations to fact check and analyze content, he says.
Kapil Mishra accuses Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal of taking bribe
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) spokesperson Sanjay Singh criticised the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh on law and order situation. The press conference came after Mishra's meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal over the water tanker scam.
Liverpool suffer Champions League blow in draw with Southampton
Six points from the final two games of the season is a daunting task but one this group of players should be capable of achieving. Asked by Sky Sports News how being pipped at the post would feel, Milner simply said: "Sick".
USA and Philippines begin scaled-down military drills
Officials say 5,400 personnel from the both sides will be involved, or about half of 11,000 troops who took part past year . Only two of the military's unified commands will join this year's " Balikatan " exercises with American soldiers.