Abdul-Rahman (Peter) Kassig is pictured making a food delivery to refugees in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley in this May 2013 handout photo. REUTERS/Kassig Family/Handout via Reuters
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A British medical student and a Frenchman who went to Syria last year are believed to have appeared in a video showing a squad of ISIS jihadis beheading Syrian soldiers and displaying the severed head of American aid worker Peter Kassig.The announcement of aid worker Kassig's death, the fifth such killing of a Western captive by ISIS, formed part of the video which showed the beheadings of at least 14 men the group said were Syrian military pilots and officers.ISIS has released videos of the beheading of two American and two British men which feature a masked, black-clad militant brandishing a knife and speaking with an English accent, who has been dubbed "Jihadi John" by British media.Muthana appeared in a video in June urging Muslims to join ISIS.
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