Human rights lawyers are challenging a controversial housing policy in Denmark.
The government is enforcing a "no-ghettos" rule, which restricts non-westerners from living in certain districts.
The idea is to keep areas diverse. But the plan is proving to be divisive, with critics saying that it is simply racism under a different name.
Al Jazeera's @Paul Rhys reports from Copenhagen, Denmark.
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