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Nattoreh
The Assyrian People's Guard – Nattoreh (Syriac: ܢܛܘܪ̈ܐ ܕܬܠ ܬܡܪ ܐܫܘܪܝܐ‎, romanizedNaṭore d'Tel Tamer Ashoraye; Arabic: اللجنه الشعبيه للحرس الأشوري‎) is an Assyrian militia of the Syrian Democratic Forces. It is based in the Khabur valley town of Tell Tamer northwest of Al-Hasakah, an area with a large Assyrian population, in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria
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Northern Democratic Brigade
Syrian Democratic Forces (since Nov. 2015)[17] In August 2016, the Northern Democratic Brigade and other pro-SDF FSA groups condemned the Turkish military intervention in Syria and the international coalition for supThe unit was formed in Idlib Governorate around 2013[15] and was originally known as the Free Syrian Army's al-Qa'qa' Brigade (Arabic: لواء القعقاع‎), part of the Free Zawiya Brigade based in the Jabal Zawiya region of Idlib.[13][12] In the course of 2014, it first joined the Free Syria Brigade, and then switched to the Syrian Revolutionaries Front (SRF).[21] When the SRF moved closer to radical Islamist groups, it expelled the al-Qa'qa' Brigade,[12] whereupon the militia became part of the Syrian Salvation Front in May 2014
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Army Of Revolutionaries

The Army of Revolutionaries (Arabic: جيش الثوار‎, romanizedJayš al-Thuwwār), or Jaysh al-Thuwar, is a multi-ethnic armed Syrian rebel coalition that is allied with the primarily Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) and participating in the Syrian Civil War as part of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). Established in May 2015, with a presence in six governorates, its membership includes Arabs, Kurds, and Turkmen. With its stated aims of fighting both the Syrian government and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), it was expected to become one of the more relevant rebel alliances in northern Syria, consolidating the democratic rebel spectrum. It was considered as one of the "potential powerbrokers" in the Aleppo, Hama, Idlib, and Latakia governorates.[15] While Jaysh al-Thuwar considers itself to be a part of the rebel mainstream and turned down the U.S
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Euphrates Region
Euphrates Region, formerly Kobanî Canton, (Kurdish: Herêma Firatê‎, Arabic: إقليم الفرات‎, Classical Syriac: ܦܢܝܬܐ ܕܦܪܬ‎, romanized: Ponyotho d'Prat), is the central of three original regions of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, comprising Ayn al-Arab District of the Aleppo Governorate, Tell Abyad District of the Raqqa Governorate, and the westernmost tip of the Ras al-Ayn Subdistrict of the Ras al-Ayn District of Al-Hasakah Governorate
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Rojava

In the diplomatic field, the de facto autonomous region lacks any formal recognition. While there is comprehensive activity of reception of the region's representatives[331][332][333][331][332][333][334] and appreciation[335] with a broad range of countries, only Russia has on occasion openly supported the region's political ambition of federalization of Syria in the international arena,[253][306] while the U.S
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