Jailed U.S. Dad Fears for Life as Bombs Rain on Yemen

According to his lawyers, an American father-of-three imprisoned in Yemen fears he will be killed by airstrikes targeting rebels in the country. Sharif Mobley, 31, was arrested in Yemen's capital Sanaa in 2010 after he made contact with U.S.-born militant cleric Anwar al-Awlaki. In a telephone interview with the campaign group Reprieve, whose lawyers are providing legal support, the New Jersey native said he was being held in a military base that was being "bombed every night" as part of the Saudi-led offensive. He added, "I don't know that I'm going to make it out of here alive."