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The number of people killed globally in terrorist attacks jumped by 61 percent in 2013, reflecting the rise of Boko Haram and ISIS jihadists, the Institute for Economics and Peace said Tuesday.In its 2014 Global Terrorism Index launched in London, the Australia-based research group reported that there were almost 10,000 terrorist attacks in 2013, a 44 percent increase on 2012 .Iraq was found to be the country most affected by terrorism, recording a 164 percent rise in fatalities, to 6,362, with ISIS responsible for most of the deaths.Four groups: ISIS, Boko Haram, Al-Qaeda and the Taliban were blamed for 66 percent of all fatalities.
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