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The gap between the haves and the have nots is a growing problem worldwide. And the US city of San Francisco is a stark example of this trend. While tech companies in Silicon Valley have helped bring more cash into the city, it's become so unaffordable that nearly 7,000 people are now homeless, according to new figures. Ashley Byrne traveled to San Francisco to find out more about the crisis.