Where on earth do they speak Assyrian Neo-Aramaic?

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Language: Assyrian Neo-Aramaic
Number of speakers: 30000
Language code: aii
Alternate names: Aisorski, Assyrian, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, Assyrianci, Assyriski, Lishana Aturaya, Neo-Syriac, Sooreth, Suret, Sureth, Suryaya Swadaya, Syriac
Where spoken: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Turkey

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  • Language classification: Afro-Asiatic, Semitic, Central, Aramaic, Eastern, Central, Northeastern
  • Dialects: Anhar, Aradhin, Baz, Benatha, Central Assyrian, Daudiya, Dez, Gavar, General Urmi, Inishke, Iranian Koine, Jilu, Lewin, Lower Barwari, Mar Bishu, Nochiya, Northern Assyrian, Qudshanis, Salamas, Sapna, Shamezdin, Sipurghan, Solduz, Tal, Tergawar, Tina, Tkhuma, Upper Barwari, Urmi, Urmi Assyrian, Van, Western Assyrian
  • Also spoken in: Armenia, Austria, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Switzerland, Cyprus, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russian Federation, Sweden, United States
  • Region: Northern Iraq, Baghdad, Basrah, Karkuk, Arbil. Also in Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Iran, Italy, Lebanon, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russian Federation, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.