It 's mixed feelings in the world today and welcome people to the first Monday of the month of July and the First edition of The Big 5" of July and we got some amazing headlines for you.
Resignation! Resignation! almost everybody is resigning from politics these days in the UK, First it was David Cameron , then followed by MPs who didn't want Jeremy Corbyn and now the ring leader of the #Brexit mania has followed suit and this of course is his second time
Nigel Farage has resigned as UKIP leaderNigel Farage has resigned as UKIP leader. He told supporters: "I have never been and never wanted to be a career politician. "I now feel I have done my bit. Nigel Farage resigned as the leader of Ukip just two weeks after Britons voted to leave the European Union, adding that he “couldn’t possibly achieve more”. At a speech in London, Mr Farage, who was elected as an MEP for the party in 1999, said he had never wanted to be a career politician and was standing down. He has had two stints as leader of the Eurosceptic party since 2006. “I now feel that I’ve done my bit, that I couldn’t possibly achieve more,” the 52-year-old added. “I won’t be changing my mind again, I assure you”. “I have decided to stand aside as leader of Ukip. The victory for the Leave side in the referendum means that my political ambition has been achieved. I came into this business because I wanted us to a self-governing nation, not to become a career politician.
This is tragic , very tragic. Full Gist Here
120 die in one day in Iraq as ISIS strike
Days after fleeing its stronghold of Falluja, Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an attack on a shopping district in central Baghdad which killed at least 115 people, and again exposed the frailty of security efforts to protect Iraqi citizens.
A second bombing took the toll to at least 120, surpassing the most deadly day in the capital so far this year, and rivalling other mass death counts throughout the 12-year insurgency.
Millions of Iraqi children repeatedly and relentlessly targeted, says UN Isis said it had deliberately targeted Shia Muslims by striking the suburb of Karada, on the southern bank of the Tigris river.
It struck as families and young people were out on the streets after breaking their daylight fast for the holy month of Ramadan late on Saturday evening.
This revelation by Pep Guardiola will really dampen the hopes of those who want Messi at any other club other than Barcelona
Messi has to stay in Barcelona for the rest of his Career - Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola has ruled out Manchester City signing Barcelona star Lionel Messi during his tenure at the club. The former Barcelona and FC Bayern manager was officially unveiled as City’s new manager on Sunday, with around 6000 fans turning up to welcome him.
And it didn’t take long for one of the crowd to ask if Messi would be joining Guardiola at the Etihad.
"He is not a bad player, this guy! But I’m sorry Messi has to stay in Barcelona for the rest of his career.” Guardiola stated during his unveiling. He also promised to do his best at Man City.
"I proved myself in Barcelona and, after I proved myself in Germany, I wanted to prove myself in England," Guardiola, who won 21 trophies during his time at Barcelona and Bayern, said.
"The players are coming to try every game, every weekend, so that the Manchester City people can be proud, and we will see what is our level to achieve our battles.
"I want the people who enjoy football to be proud of what we did. After that, maybe we will win our titles. I cannot do that alone. I need the players, the staff; we need our fans -- without that, it is impossible."
This is truly sad
Micheal Jackson Ex and mother of Paris Jackson has Breast Cancer
Michael Jackson's ex-wife has breast cancer, and their estranged daughter doesn't even know. We've learned Debbie Rowe was diagnosed recently and will undergo surgery in the next week, but her daughter, 18-year-old Paris Jackson, has no idea because she broke all contact with her mom more than a year ago. Rowe has all but given up on salvaging the relationship. After Michael died, Debbie and Paris got extremely close, to the point it created friction with the rest of the family. When Paris began dealing with her own problems, the relationship fell apart. Rowe believes the family influenced their daughter and drove a wedge. Either way, we're told Debbie is sad, but is not counting on any emotional support from her daughter.