TBILISI, Georgia (Reuters) - Kidnappers
who had been holding four hostages including two U.N. observers in a remote
gorge in Georgia since Thursday freed them Monday without any conditions,
a Georgian official said.
The four included two Danish U.N. officers,
a Briton who works for the Halo Trust anti-landmine charity and a local
aide. One more local aide had been freed Saturday.
''They all were freed unconditionally,''
Georgy Leonidze of Georgia's National Security Council said by telephone.
He gave no details.
The five, whose names have not been officially