Middle East

May 3, 2009

In Baghdad, Iraqis fear return of sectarian bloodshed

Restaurants, cafes and parks are still busy in Baghdad, despite a rise in violence over the last two months. But even as they crowd Baghdad's public spaces, Iraqis acknowledge that they are worried about what the upswing in violence may mean. Most say they don't expect a return of widespread sectarian killing, but many also said they believe things could quickly change.

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