According to a latest report by Los Angeles County of the US state of California, Latinos and African-Americans are among the most vulnerable.

A man is seen hanging an American flag on a fence at Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.
A man is seen hanging an American flag on a fence at Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. (AP)

The number of hate crimes reported in Los Angeles County rose by 5 percent, in its fourth year rising. That's according to the latest report by Los Angeles County, which says Latinos and African-Americans are among the most vulnerable.

Although Hispanics make up nearly half of the population, experts believe only a fraction of incidents are reported. And now it comes at a time when the Trump administration has hit out at illegal immigration.

TRT World's Ediz Tiyansan reports.

Source: TRT World