Iraq captors 'free Turk hostages'
Three Turkish men kidnapped by militants in Iraq last week have been released, say Turkish government officials.
The men were apparently held by a group linked to a man said to be al-Qaeda's Iraq chief - Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
A masked man in a video aired by Arab TV al-Jazeera said the men were freed because Turkey's Muslims had protested against the US.
The kidnappers had earlier threatened to behead the men.
Tuesday, June 29, 2004
So, It's Not About Religion?
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