Template:Assyrian communities

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  • Population: The total Assyrian, including the Diaspora, is estimated at 3.3 million, with the majority living in the former Mesopotamia. Outside of the Middle East, approximately 93,000 live in Europe, 300,000 in the United States and Canada, 64,000 in Armenia, Georgia and Russia, 33,000 in Australia and New Zealand and 150,000 in other countries. unpo.org (1999)
  • 1.8 million (1.4 million in Mesopotamia, 400,000 diaspora) i-cias.com (1996?)
  • the 2000 US census reports 82,355 "Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac" [1]
  • the 2001 Canada census reports 6,980 (4,570 single-response) Assyrians [2]