Hate crimes see San Francisco deploy more police during Lunar New Year celebrations | The World

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The US city of San Francisco has pledged to step up policing in Asian-American communities ahead of Lunar New Year celebrations following a spike in hate crimes against them. Statistics show a near six-fold increase in 2021, but officials believe the actual number is much higher. Manny Tsigas reports. WARNING: Contains distressing vision from the start.

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