North Korea has freed three US citizens
North Korea has released three US citizens ahead of a meeting between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.
One of the men was jailed in 2015, the other two have been in prison for just over a year.
The three former prisoners are accompanying Mike Pompeo, back to the United States, according to President Donald Trump.
Students suspended after sending rape jokes in group chat
Eleven students have been suspended from Warwick University after making rape jokes in a Facebook group chat.
Screenshots obtained by student online press ‘The Boar’ and ‘The Tab’ showed male students talking about raping a group of females.
One message said: ‘Sometimes it’s fun to just go wild and rape 100 girls.’
Trigger warning: sexual violence, rape, racism, pedophilia, FGM.
“A group of 11 students at Warwick University have been temporarily suspended after a group chat discussing raping and sexually assaulting other students was revealed.”https://t.co/T8nGcBe8fW
— The Boar (@WarwickBoar) May 8, 2018
A University of Warwick spokesman said: ‘A possible student disciplinary incident is currently being actively investigated.’
Controversy over the ‘World’s Best Female Chef 2018’
The London based, British chef Clare Smyth has been named the ‘Worlds Best Female Chef 2018’.
Clare Smyth is the only woman in Britain to run a restaurant with three Michelin stars in the UK.
However, the title has sparked some controversy due to it being gender specific.
Our reporter, Hannah Hufford, looks into the issues surrounding gendered awards.
Michael Carrick: Man Utd midfielder set for final appearance before retiring
Michael Carrick will start for Manchester United against Watford on Sunday at Old Trafford.
Sunday’s match will be Carrick’s final Premier League appearance before he retires.
Manager Jose Mourinho spoke of the midfielder’s character: ‘The most important quality is to be a man. Capital letters – MAN. Proper man. Football and society is not full of them. When you find one you have to value and keep them.’
Carrick has won five Premier League titles and the Champions League with Manchester United since 2006.
Michael Carrick’s last ever game for Manchester United on Sunday. What a player. pic.twitter.com/g7hxUxI3Xn
— José (@MourinhoMindset) May 9, 2018