Not everyone is happy with the Nordic country's efforts to tackle growing racism against ethnic minorities.
Country hit by new wave of violence targeting foreign nationals and their businesses.
In just one week after the El Paso terror attack, the FBI received more than 38,000 leads about potential right-wing violence - A 70 percent increase.
Authorities are worries about the nature of far-right violence, with politicians becoming the target of fatal attacks.
The warning comes after two mass shootings in the US over the weekend left at least 30 people dead.
Several 2020 presidential candidates criticised US President Trump's rhetoric against immigrants and people of colour saying that it has an incredible consequence as two mass shootings left at least 29 dead in 13 hours.
White right-wing extremists are the biggest threats to several Western countries, but law enforcement still has an outsized fixation on Muslims.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomes the social media giant's ban that comes in the wake of a deadly terrorist attack on two mosques that killed 50 people people and was carried out by a self-confessed white supremacist.
The Christchurch terror attack on Muslim worshippers is not the only one in recent times. In the last decade, at least 806 people have been killed in anti-Muslim attacks and 733 of them were in the middle of their prayers.
The Bahr Academy in UK's Newcastle was recently vandalised. Copies of the Quran were thrown on the floor and a swastika was drawn on one of the walls. But the school's principal thinks their religion is misunderstood.
According to a latest report by Los Angeles County of the US state of California, Latinos and African-Americans are among the most vulnerable.
According to a recent FBI report, the incidences of hate crime are on the rise in the US with three out of five reported cases said to be motivated by race and ethnicity.
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