UN: Nearly 1,000 Iraqis Killed In September [Photo]
The death toll in Iraq has reached levels not seen in half a decade amid a new surge in sectarian bloodshed nearly two years after the U.S. withdrew from the country. Most of the 1,000 killed last month in September were civilians caught in the continuous violence by insurgents led by al-Qaida in Iraq. The country is experiencing its worst onslaught of attacks since 2008 with near daily bombings. Monday’s string of car bombing in Baghdad targeted Shiite neighborhood and killed 55 people, among them a mother and her infant son. The U.N. representative in Baghdad, Nickolay Mladenov, was quoted as saying, “As terrorists continue to target Iraqis indiscriminately, I call upon all political leaders to strengthen their efforts to promote national dialogue and reconciliation.”
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