American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of east-central Turkey in the Taurus Mountains. It was the capital of a Hittite kingdom c. 1100 B.C. and was long a strategic frontier outpost. Malatya was annexed by the Ottoman Empire in 1516. Population: 381,000.
“Just a month ago, Turkey agreed that an early warning radar, a part of NATO's missile defense system, would be installed in Kurecik in the Malatya province approximately 435 miles west of the Iranian border.”
“On Wednesday, Mr. Oz also ordered the search of the homes of a group of Islamic theologians—including one who said he was writing a book about Fetullah Gulen—in connection with an investigation into the 2007 killings of Christian missionaries in Malatya, Eastern Turkey.”
“Various dates were being proposed, when, as you will sadly recall, three of our brothers were brutally murdered, martyred, in the city of Malatya in 2007.”
“Ottoman occupation of Karaman (1397), the state of Kadi Burhaneddin based in Sivas (1398), and the areas of Elbistan and Malatya west of the Euphrates (1399); Ottoman control was thus extended over most of Anatolia.”
“Alarms and electronic motion detectors in the mortuary in Malatya, a town not otherwise known for its modernity, will detect the slightest movement by a living person emerging from a coma or long period of unconsciousness.”
“Kurecik in Malatya province lies some 700 kilometers 435 miles west of the Iranian border.”
“In Diyarbakir, police used water cannons to disperse stone-throwing youths in a protest as the bodies of 24 Kurdistan Workers' Party PKK militants killed in a military operation more than a week ago were held in a morgue in nearby Malatya town.”
“Kurecik in Malatya province lies some 700 kilometres west of the Iranian border.”
“Five civilians were previously arrested and charged with murder of the Christians at a Bible-publishing house in the central Anatolian city of Malatya.”
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