US kidnap victim Amanda Berry arrives at family home

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Photos show Amanda Berry (L) and Georgina DeJesus (R), both who went missing as teenagers about a decade ago and were found alive May 6 in a residential area of Cleveland, Ohio, not far from where they were last seen. A third woman, Michelle Knight, was also found in the same house. AFP/FBI

CLEVELAND, Ohio — US kidnap victim Amanda Berry arrived at her sister’s house on Wednesday for an emotional reunion with her family a decade after she was kidnapped and held against her will.

Television images of the rear of the home showed someone carrying a small child, thought to be the six-year-old daughter Berry bore during her time as a prisoner of three suspected kidnappers in a house in Cleveland, Ohio.

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