German police raid dozens of home over online hate speech

Police have raided dozens of homes across Germany as part of a nationwide law enforcement campaign against online hate speech

Police targeted people suspected of posting anti-Semitic insults, insulting officials or publicly calling on others to commit crimes.

Federal police say the number of cases involving online hate fell from 2,270 in 2017 to 1,472 last year, but further efforts are needed to tackle the problem.