npr.org – i The parents of Peter Kassig, the American aid worker who was killed by the Islamic State militant group, said his life was evidence that “one person can make a difference.” In a brief statement Monday, Paula and Ed Kassig remembered their 26-year-old son, who was seized in October 2013, as both a realist and an idealist. “Our hearts are battered, but they will mend,” Paula Kassig said. “The world is broken, but it will be healed in the end.

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