(SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 4/7/2015) — Mokhtar Alkhanshali, a long-time Bay Area activist, will return home today after being trapped in Yemen amid recent violence.
WHAT: Media Availability for Mokhtar Alkhanshali, Returning Home After Being Trapped in Yemen
WHEN: Flight Lands at Tuesday, April 7, 11:40AM (Pacific)
WHERE: Terminal 1, Arrivals, San Francisco International Airport
Hundreds more U.S. citizens have reported being trapped in Yemen through StuckinYemen.com.
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