Eight Kurdish rebels have crossed into Turkey from Iraq to give themselves up in a sign of support for peace efforts.
The PKK militants left their refuge in the Qandil mountains and were joined by 26 other Kurds, including refugees from a camp in Iraq, before entering Turkey.
They were met near Silopi by a Turkish judge and five prosecutors to determine whether they had committed any crimes.
Turkey has been working on a peace plan to end a 25-year conflict with rebels who want autonomy in south-east Turkey.
The PKK – or Kurdistan Worker’s Party – this year marked the 25th anniversary of its fight for autonomy, which has resulted in more than 40,000 deaths.