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- Aug 23, 2011 Alexandretta also promised that thirty who are on their way from Beirut to Ourfa will be stopped at Aleppo and sent to Alexandretta.
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- of Latakia, the district of Alexandretta (the present-day Turkish province of Hatay), home of some Turks, had a separate government.
- Turkey's complex relationship with its neighbour Syria
- Although Turkey annexed the Hatay (Alexandretta) province from Syria in 1938, and Assad's father almost went to war with Turkey in 1998, relations in recent years have warmed considerably.
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- He also added the name of his own mother's uncle, Setrag Gebenlian, who served the Armenian press in Dörtyol, Alexandretta, Cyprus, Syria and Lebanon. After a final prayer, a reception was offered to those present.
- Iskenderun (Alexandretta), Turkey
- All about Iskenderun (Alexandretta), a Roman town named for Alexander the Great, in Hatay (Antakya) on Turkey's Mediterranean coast, by Tom Brosnahan.
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