Far-right violence: Berlin district targeted

Since the refugee crisis three years ago, politicians at every level are reporting an increase in threats and violence from the far-right in Germany.

Two mayors have been stabbed, and hundreds of local mayors say they have been physically assaulted.

But in one area of Berlin, local residents say it's not just politicians being targeted. They say that anyone who is critical of the far-right is at risk.

Damien McGuinness has met some of them.

Video produced by Bruno Boelpaep

BBC News