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    According to media reports, Three reporters of the Anadolu news agency who were allegedly kidnapped by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party militants in southeastern Turkey have been released.

    ANKARA (Sputnik) Three reporters of the Anadolu news agency who were allegedly kidnapped by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants in southeastern Turkey have been released, the NTV television channel reported Friday.

    Earlier in the day, the agency reported that its journalists were assigned last week to cover stories in the province of Mardin. They were kidnapped by the militants who have been holding them at an unknown location for over 48 hours.


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