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Mark Lattimer explores the erosion of women's rights and security in Iraq since 2003. He asserts that now, 'In much of the country, women can only move around with a male escort. Rape is committed habitually by all the main armed groups, including those linked to the government. Women are being murdered throughout Iraq in unprecedented numbers.' (2) One increase in violence against Iraqi women is occurring in Kurdistan, where there's an alarming increase in so-called honor crimes ranging from burnings to murders.