PKK kidnaps British tourist in south-eastern Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews June 4, 2012
A group of PKK militants blocked a road between the cities of Bingol and Diyarbakir and kidnapped a British tourist from a bus on Sunday, Diyarbakir governor Mustafa Toprak said. Apparently, terrorists took the British national to a rural area while security forces launched an operation in the region to find the kidnapped foreign tourist.
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