This Feb. 2, 2014, file photo shows Iraqi Security forces preparing to attack Al-Qaeda positions in Ramadi, 70 miles (115 kilometers) west of Baghdad, Iraq. (AP Photo, File)
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Attacks across Iraq killed 16 people Sunday, while new figures showed violence last month claimed more than 900 lives as the country grapples with its worst bloodshed in years.The violence came as new figures were published Sunday showing violence is near its highest in years.According to the U.N.'s mission to Iraq, at least 799 Iraqis were killed in "acts of terrorism" and other violence, while a further 195 died as a result of military operations in the province of Anbar, in western Iraq. The month's deadliest bloodshed struck on May 28, when 78 people were killed in a series of attacks nationwide, the bloodiest of which hit Baghdad and Mosul.
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