Parents of American aid worker slain by ISIS to speak

The parents of an American aid worker beheaded by Islamic State militants after his abduction in Syria said they would make a brief public statement at their Indianapolis church on Monday.
Abdul-Rahman Kassig, whose name was Peter before his conversion to Islam, was the fifth European or American captive killed by the militants, and his severed head was seen in a video released on Sunday that showed the beheadings of at least 14 men.
In early October, Islamic State had threatened that Kassig, 26, a medic and former U.S. Army Ranger, would be the next American or European captive the group would behead after killing British aid worker Alan Henning.