Visit: Mr Obama (left) spoke at a news conference with President Toomas Hendrik Ilves (right) after arriving in Estonia to show solidarity with Baltic leaders who fear they could be the next target of Russia's aggression Threatened: This image is believed to show ISIS militant Jihadi John and the British hostage he has threatened to murder next.
The video was released two weeks to the day another video showing the execution of American journalist James Foley was released online His executioner is believed to be the same British man, known as 'Jihadi John', who murdered James Foley two weeks ago and who is now threatening to kill a British hostage, who the Mail Online is not naming at the request of the British government.
As President Obama arrived in Vietnam with hopes of building stronger ties with a country on the front line of Southeast Asia's maritime standoffs, Vietnamese voters went to the polls to select some 500 members of its National Assembly.
But rather than demonstrating that the Communist Party of Vietnam is becoming more responsive to the country's increasingly educated and connected population, observers say Sunday's polls underlined the fact that the administration is dealing with a one-party state that brooks little dissent.
The case was part of a flurry of courtroom efforts by the Democrats in crucial battlegrounds around the country to head off what they say is vigilantism by Trump's presidential campaign and his friend Roger Stone's political organization, Stop the Steal.
Lower-level courts on Monday were weighing arguments in Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Nevada.
The Republican nominee has called on his supporters to act as election observers in certain parts of the country to help prevent fraud.
That has stirred fears of minority voters being confronted and challenged by self-appointed poll watchers.
(Laughter.) To Chancellor Story, Professor Høj, faculty and staff, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, and most of all, the students of the University of Queensland -- it is great to be here at UQ.
"The disqualification of just about all the independent candidates from the ballot shows that this exercise is not about democracy or accountability, but rather about continuity of the ruling Communist Party’s power.”Independent candidates had been allowed at previous elections, but this time more stepped forward, and some of the 162 hopefuls were government critics who wanted to push the boundaries of what's possible in the country.
They included outspoken former businessman Nguyen Quang A and Mai Khoi, a popular musician described as Vietnam's answer to Lady Gaga.
This university is recognized as one of the world’s great institutions of science and teaching.
So I want to begin by acknowledging the Traditional Owners of this land and by paying my respects to your elders, past and present.
Last week, a federal judge in Cleveland issued a temporary restraining order warning that anyone, regardless of political affiliation, who engages in intimidation or harassment near or inside polling places will face contempt of court charges. Supreme Court refused to reinstate the restraining order.