The Amadeu Antonio Foundation reported 34 physical assaults, including five by a group, and eight resulting in serious injury. The attacks included physical assaults against a man of African descent who was cleaning bathrooms in a nightclub; against a woman and her children, involving pepper spray; an attack against an Indian student, resulting in his hospitalization; against a Greek restaurant owner resulting in his hospitalization; against two men by a group, resulting in the hospitalization of one man; against an activist supporting Iranian refugees, resulting in his hospitalization; and against a Vietnamese man, almost killing him, in a prison. The victims were mainly people of African descent, and also included several people of Turkish background, a Lebanese woman with her children, a Greek man, a Chinese student and an Indian student.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation reported a further 14 cases of damage to property, including five arson attacks against houses for asylum seekers, a migrant family’s house and a Lebanese restaurant; and seven incidents of damage to property and/ or graffiti, including on a house for asylum seekers, on both a Turkish restaurant, and an Asian owned restaurant; a series of attacks against another restaurant, including graffiti and bottles being thrown; damage to the home of a Kenyan man after he was followed home; graffiti and property damage against a Turkish family’s house, including sausages being put in shoes outside the front door.
The Amadeu Antonio Foundation reported the desecration of a memorial plaque commemorating racist attacks in Rostock and three cases of threats, including against a man trying to protect another from a racist attack and a threat with a knife against a woman.
Victims' Perspective reported two arson attacks – one against a Turkish snack bar and one against an Asian snack bar – two cases of threats, including one involving a bottle against a Cameroonian man that was stopped by passersby, and one against a Nigerian man; 11 physical assaults, including five resulting in serious injury and three carried out by a group. The victims included a Pakistani street vendor, a man from Angola, a woman from Afghanistan, men from Romania and Kenya, a man of Turkish background, a child at school and a Bosnian family.