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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has seen an unprecedented number of anti-Semitic "hate crimes," with more incidents recorded so far in 2009 than in any previous entire year, a Jewish advisory body said on Friday.
Up to end-June, there were 609 anti-Semitic incidents ranging from verbal abuse to extreme violence, compared with 276 in the same period last year.
Steep rise in gay-hate crimes in London. The Metropolitan Police revealed 1,123 homophobic incidents were reported between June 2008 and the end of last month, compared with 989 in the same period the previous year.