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German citizen Christine Siegner is pict

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German citizen Christine Siegner is pictured in the house of Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic in the northwestern Tuzla region village of Karavlasi on May 27, 2012. Bettina, her 19-year-old daughter has been rescued on May 17 by Bosnian police after allegedly being held captive by Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic for eight years during which she was forced to eat pig feed and pull a horse-cart. The Marinkovics were arrested in this home on May 17 after police received the tip-off from a neighbour earlier this month. Local media reported that the girl had arrived in Bosnia from Germany eight years ago with her mother, who could have entered into a sham marriage with Milenko Marinkovic to allow him to obtain a German residency permit. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/GettyImages)
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German citizen Christine Siegner is pictured in the house of Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic in the northwestern Tuzla region village of Karavlasi on May 27, 2012. Bettina, her 19-year-old daughter has been rescued on May 17 by Bosnian police after allegedly being held captive by Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic for eight years during which she was forced to eat pig feed and pull a horse-cart. The Marinkovics were arrested in this home on May 17 after police received the tip-off from a neighbour earlier this month. Local media reported that the girl had arrived in Bosnia from Germany eight years ago with her mother, who could have entered into a sham marriage with Milenko Marinkovic to allow him to obtain a German residency permit. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/GettyImages)
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German citizen Christine Siegner is pictured in the house of Milenko... News Photo 145376280Bosnia and Hercegovina,Citizenship,Germany,Horizontal,House,Law,Region,VillagePhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPGerman citizen Christine Siegner is pictured in the house of Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic in the northwestern Tuzla region village of Karavlasi on May 27, 2012. Bettina, her 19-year-old daughter has been rescued on May 17 by Bosnian police after allegedly being held captive by Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic for eight years during which she was forced to eat pig feed and pull a horse-cart. The Marinkovics were arrested in this home on May 17 after police received the tip-off from a neighbour earlier this month. Local media reported that the girl had arrived in Bosnia from Germany eight years ago with her mother, who could have entered into a sham marriage with Milenko Marinkovic to allow him to obtain a German residency permit. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/GettyImages)