Ankara, June 21 IANS | 1 month ago

Two Turkish workers abducted by the outlawed Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK), were released, media reported Saturday.


According to officials, the militants had abducted six people last Monday and burned five vehicles in Turkey's Tunceli province, Xinhua reported.

The two workers were released in Tunceli's Pulumur town.

The PKK, listed as a terrorist group started functioning since 1984, to create an ethnic homeland for the Kurds in Turkey. More than 40,000 people have been killed in conflicts involving the PKK.

(Posted on 21-06-2014)