Yusra and Salam Tekbali are two of the nearly 400 individuals who fled Libya via a U.S.-chartered ferry.
The Tekbalis, Libyan-American siblings, initially didn't want to leave Libya but ultimately decided to do so. They, and hundreds of other evacuees, boarded the ferry Tuesday and reached Malta after two days of being stuck in Tripoli due to bad weather. Salam Tekbali says they felt like "sitting ducks" as they waited on the ferry in the harbor.
Yusra and Salam Tekbali talk to American Morning's Kiran Chetry about their experience in Libya and about finding safety in Malta.