5 Things to Know This Morning

Nelson Mandela Through the YearsWalter Dhladhla/AFP/Getty Images
African National Congress (ANC) President Nelson Mandela raises his fist in the air as he attends an election rally in Mmabatho, South Africa, March 15, 1994.

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. Thousands of NKoreans Support Call to Arms

Thousands of North Koreans turned out for a massive rally in Pyongyang on Friday in support of their leader Kimg Jong Un's call to arms. State media reports that Kim Jong Un called an emergency military meeting to order rockets to prepare a strike against the U.S. and South Korea in the event of "reckless provocation" by Washington or Seoul.

2. Zookeeper Attacked by Tiger

A Quebec zookeeper is expected to survive after being seriously injured following a reported tiger attack on Thursday. The worker reportedly entered the animal's pen thinking it was still in its sleeping quarters.

3. Mandela Being Treated in South Africa

Nelson Mandela is still being treated at an unspecified hospital in South Africa. The former South African president was readmitted for his recurring lung infection late Wednesday night.

4. Va. Teacher Had No Idea About Poisoning Attempt

A teacher in Virginia whose students have been charged with trying to poison her says she had no idea the middle school students were putting hand sanitizer in her tea. Jane Miller says the sanitizer she was using was 60 percent alcohol or about 130 proof.

5. Man Saves Passenger at Philly Philadelphia Station

A good samaritan jumped into action when he saw a man walk off the platform onto the tracks in a Philadelphia subway station. The man stayed with the victim until he was taken to a local hospital. He is said to be in stable condition.