5 Americans Arrested in Pakistan

Pakistani police arrested five Americans who are believed to have gone missing from the Washington, D.C., area last month. The men, all between the ages of 18 and 20, were picked up Wednesday in the raid of a house in Sarghoda in the province of Punjab. Three of the men are of Pakistani descent; one is of Egyptian descent; and the fifth is of Yemeni descent. One student is believed to have left a video saying they went to Pakistan to defend Islam. A Pakistani newspaper says the home the men were captured in belongs to a member of the terrorist group Jaish-e-Muhammad. The paper names the students as Ahmed Abdullah, Waqar Hassan Khan, Eman Hassan, and Yasir and Rami Zamzam, but it differs on their ethnic backgrounds.