US attorney general vows crackdown on gang violence

During a visit to a New York suburb, the US attorney general has pledged to crack down on gang violence. But many in the local Hispanic community see it as a threat to local immigrants.

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    During a visit to a New York suburb, the US attorney general has pledged to crack down on gang violence.

    But many in the local Hispanic community see it as a threat to local immigrants.

    Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey reports from Long Island, New York.


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