Asian Americans ‘fear for their lives’ amid spike in hate crimes | The World

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    The head of the FBI says his agency is concerned about a recent spike in hate crimes against Asian-Americans during the pandemic. Advocates say nearly 3,000 incidents were reported between March and December 2020, and many say former president Donald Trump’s anti-Asian rhetoric has played a part. WARNING: This report by Manny Tsigas contains confronting vision.

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