On Sunday a car bomb exploded in the Karrada area of Baghdad, Iraq, killing at least 200 people and injuring hundreds as Isis claimed responsibility for yet another attack.
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The death toll is still rising and marks the deadliest single attack in the country in almost a decade marked by violence. Isis has been another emerging force for the country to deal with in the past few years.
The following Statista chart demonstrates the grim reality:
The last three terror attacks were in the capital Baghdad where on the 9 May, 30 people died, and three weeks before that 69 people.