German woman Kristina Siegner stands in front of the house where she has been living with a Bosnian couple who allegedly enslaved and abused her daughter for a number of years, in the village of Karavlasi, 140 kms north of Sarajevo, on Monday, May 28, 2012. A couple who allegedly beat a young woman while keeping her locked up for years have been arrested in Bosnia, an official said Sunday. The 19-year-old girl was rescued after villagers tipped off authorities that she was being abused, the spokesman for the prosecutor's office in Tuzla, Admir Arnautovic, told The Associated Press. He said Milenko Marinkovic, 52, and his wife Slavojka, 45, were detained on suspicion of illegal imprisonment in a particularly cruel way. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)

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German woman Kristina Siegner stands in front of the house where she has been living with a Bosnian couple who allegedly enslaved and abused her daughter for a number of years, in the village of Karavlasi, 140 kms north of Sarajevo, on Monday, May 28, 2012.  A couple who allegedly beat a young woman while keeping her locked up for years have been arrested in Bosnia, an official said Sunday.  The 19-year-old girl was rescued after villagers tipped off authorities that she was being abused, the spokesman for the prosecutor's office in Tuzla, Admir Arnautovic, told The Associated Press. He said Milenko Marinkovic, 52, and his wife Slavojka, 45, were detained on suspicion of illegal imprisonment in a particularly cruel way. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)
German woman Kristina Siegner stands in front of the house where she has been living with a Bosnian couple who allegedly enslaved and abused her daughter for a number of years, in the village of Karavlasi, 140 kms north of Sarajevo, on Monday, May 28, 2012. A couple who allegedly beat a young woman while keeping her locked up for years have been arrested in Bosnia, an official said Sunday. The 19-year-old girl was rescued after villagers tipped off authorities that she was being abused, the spokesman for the prosecutor's office in Tuzla, Admir Arnautovic, told The Associated Press. He said Milenko Marinkovic, 52, and his wife Slavojka, 45, were detained on suspicion of illegal imprisonment in a particularly cruel way. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)
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