US kidnap victims' 'hearing loss'

Two of three women imprisoned in a house in the US state of Ohio for a decade have reportedly suffered from severe malnutrition and will require long-term therapy for injuries such as hearing loss and joint and muscle damage.

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Ohio suspect's brothers: People think we were involved

Two brothers of Ohio kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro said they fear people will always believe they were involved.

Pedro and Onil Castro were initially arrested as suspects, but investigators determined they had no knowledge of the abductions or that the women were being held captive.

During an interview with CNN, Onil Castro said, "The people out there that know me, they know that Onil Castro is not that person and has nothing to do with that - would never even think of something like that".

Pedro Castro echoed his brothers comments, saying, "If I knew, I would have reported it - brother or no brother".

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