Ankara: 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.