Almost 1,000 people have been killed in September in Iraq as car bombs have become a near daily occurrence in a country seeing its worst surge of violence in five years.
"Every day when you walk around the city, you feel afraid that there might be an explosion or that someone will attack you," said Haitham Abid of Baghdad. Because of the violence, he has moved to Zakho, in the Kurdish northern region of Iraq.
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