I can’t even get into regular boring ironing

Trying a new sport is the first step to becoming addicted to it! Here’s @ptmollie practising stand up paddle board yoga - but what we really want to know is whether she stayed dry? Thanks to Wide Grin Photography for sharing their beautiful pics from the sup yoga session. #supyoga #newsports #yoga #tribesports #new


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Circle Rules Football. Interview with Greg, its creator, below. 

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Another Malaysian militant dies in Syria

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 26, 2015:

Recent reports indicate that another Malaysian militant has died in Syria.

According to The Star Online, Abdul Samad Shukry Mohamad, a former Jemaah Islamiyah member died from injuries sustained in an attack five months ago.

Quoting a source, Abdul Samad or Abu Aisyah as he was also known, went to Syria in February last year.

“He sustained severe leg injuries after being bombed by Assad forces,” the online newsportal quoted the source as saying.

It was also reported that Abu Aisyah was a former ISA detainee.

This most recent death of a Malaysian militant brings the number militants killed to six.

— More to come —

"Die Propaganda aus Russland verbreitet Falschmeldungen und Fake-Fotos sowie -Videos aus der Ukraine. Dahinter stecken Hunderte von Kreml-finanzierten Trollen in Russland. Zum Propaganda-Netzwerk gehören auch auch deutschsprachige Journalisten von russischen Staatsmedien, Russophile, Verschwörungstheoretiker, Esoteriker und Rechtsnationale."

Eine Chronologie der Entwicklung von Jürg Vollmer.

Jürg Vollmer ist Journalist, Fotograf und Videojournalist, 
arbeitete beim Schweizer Fernsehen SRF und
heute für das Newsportal
Im Jahr 2008 ausgezeichnet mit dem
Schweiz.-Russischen Journalistenpreis.
Seine Fachgebiete sind unter anderem Russland und Ukraine, Radsport sowie Bienenzucht und Imkerei.

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Najib dismisses claims on alleged tell-all by convicted Altantuya killer

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19, 2015:

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has dismissed questions regarding the potential exposé by Corporal Sirul Azhar on the Altantuya Shariibuu murder case.

Asked by an online newsportal reporter on the matter, Najib clearly expressed his ire, initially refusing to answer the question.

“Total rubbish. Totally rubbish,” he uttered before leaving the Chinese New Year celebrations at Wisma MCA, here, today.

Najib had earlier addressed the reporters on the need of the country to face challenges in the current economic landscape.

“Due to sudden drop in world global oil prices, we will be facing tough challenges in terms of economic growth this year compared to last.

“However I am confident that if all of us stay together, work together and address the situation in the best manner possible, we will be able to make it through and prevail in the end,” he said.