Amanda Berry's family asks for 'privacy to recover'

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The sister of Amanda Berry, one of the Cleveland women kidnapped and held for about a decade, has appealed for privacy after Ms Berry and her daughter arrived home.

Beth Serrano requested privacy for "my sister and niece and I, so we have time to recover."

Police say the other two women - Gina DeJesus, who went missing in 2004 aged 14, and Michelle Knight, who disappeared in 2002 aged 20 - are in good condition "considering the circumstances".

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