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Patrick Strickland

Patrick Strickland is an online producer at Al Jazeera English. He has reported from across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and the United States. 

Human Rights

ACLU sues DC police over violence at anti-Trump rally

An independent photojournalist says it 'felt like rape' as officers subjected him to a cavity search while laughing.

Europe

Greeks protest government crackdown on refugee squats

An estimated 2,500 refugees and migrants live in squatted buildings in Athens - some of which are at risk of eviction.

United States

Reporters face 70 years in prison over anti-Trump march

Two journalists are among more than 200 people facing felony charges after mass arrests at Inauguration Day rally.

Europe

Fighting Slovakia's far right online and on the streets

Slovak anti-fascists search for new ways to confront the far right before crucial regional elections.

Islamophobia

US senator slammed for posing with anti-Muslim militia

Republican Michael Williams causes outrage after posing in a photo with members of the Three Percenters militia group.

Islamophobia

How the US anti-Muslim marches were defeated

In cities across the US, counterprotesters outnumbered ACT for America's National March Against Sharia.

Islamophobia

Anti-Muslim marches held in several US cities

ACT for America is spearheading National March Against Sharia rallies in at least 28 cities across the country.

Islamophobia

How US groups spread hate via the Islamophobia industry

Ahead of the nationwide 'March Against Sharia', Al Jazeera speaks to author Nathan Lean about the Islamophobia industry.

Politics

US anti-fascists take on alt-right fight squads

Antifa groups and alt-right activists have increasingly clashed with one another in cities and towns across the US.

Human Rights

Anti-Trump protester: 'Is this my last free birthday?'

More than 200 anti-Trump protesters are facing felony charges that could land some in prison for 70 to 80 years.

Poverty & Development

Slovakia's Roma: Living on the margins

There are around a half-million Roma in Slovakia, most of whom live in impoverished slums.

Middle East

Amnesty: Palestinian writer is 'prisoner of conscience'

Human rights group calls for the release of Ahmad Qatamesh, a prominent writer jailed without charges or trial.