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Virginia Man On No-Fly List, Stuck In Egypt

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A photograph of Yahyah Wehelie and his wife.

Yahyah Wehelie is a 26-year-old American citizen, born and raised in Fairfax, Virginia. A year and a half ago he went to Yemen to study.

On May 4th on his way home, while he was trying to make a connecting flight in Egypt, he was stopped by authorities. And he's been there ever since.

Kavitha Cardoza spoke with him and his parents and has this report...

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