They say the boxes represent living conditions in Gaza, and their protest shows the conditions faced by people trapped by the blockade.
Hendrick Van Der Mescht is to cycle 15,000 miles across 13 countries to raise money and awareness for ex-servicemen who suffer from PTSD.
Take a look at the pictures as London plunged into darkness last night, to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in World War One.
Julian Assange has stressed he has not been charged with an offence in the UK or in Sweden "at any time".
"The basis under which my asylum was granted here [at the Ecuadorian embassy] is the ongoing US investigation into me and WikiLeaks", he said during a press conference.
Police have erected a fence around the steps of the Ecuadorean embassy in London ahead of an expected news conference by Julian Assange.
A police officer could be heard arguing with a someone who emerged from the embassy about whether the pavement was public or private property.
"Police can deal with it, not you," the officer said. "Let me call the council then," he replied.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will hold a press conference this morning where he is expected to announce he is leaving the Ecuadorian embassy after two years.
The Australian is in need of critical hospital treatment after developing heart and lung problems and could hand himself in to police on his release, sources reportedly told The Sun (£).
He sought refuge inside Ecuador's embassy in London after exhausting all routes of appeal to avoid extradition to Sweden for questioning over sexual misconduct allegations.
Assange denies the claims made against him.
Ecuador's foreign minister has said it is "time to free" WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Speaking at a press conference inside the Ecuadorian embassy, Ricardo Patino Aroca said, "Two years is simply too long, it is time to free Julian Assange - it is time for his human rights to be respected."
Nawal Msaad, who was accused of trying to smuggle cash in her underwear on a flight to Turkey, has been cleared of funding jihadists in Syria.
The 27-year-old attempted to take a stash of 20,000 euros in bank notes on a flight to Istanbul from Heathrow in January, but was stopped at the departure gate and the cash, hidden inside a condom, had fallen out into her pants.
She denied the charge of making money available with "reasonable cause to suspect that it would or may be used for the purposes of terrorism", claiming her friend Amal El-Wahabi had "stitched her up".
The jury cleared Msaad but convicted El-Wahabi following five days of deliberations.
Amal El-Wahabi, 27, whose British husband is believed to be fighting in Syria, was found guilty by an Old Bailey jury of funding terrorism by arranging to send 20,000 euros in cash to Turkey at his request.
Staff at Earl's Court paid their own tribute to Robin Williams who died aged 63 from an apparent suicide. The quote comes from World’s Greatest Dad, where Williams played the character of Lance Clayton.
As the African economy soars a conference has been held in Reading to encourage investment in small scale African businesses.
The town has the largest African population outside of London. Organisers say the Continent's entrepreneurs are finally starting to come of age.