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Patrick Strickland

Patrick Strickland

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

The Far Right

'Unite the Right': DC braces for far-right rally, counterprotests

A year after the deadly car-ramming in Charlottesville, Virginia, white supremacists plan 'Unite the Right 2' in DC.

'Unite the Right': DC braces for far-right rally, counterprotests

Politics

Greece decries Russia's tit-for-tat move to expel diplomats

Russia accused of 'arbitrary' expulsion of embassy employees as row which began over Macedonia name dispute deepens.

Greece decries Russia's tit-for-tat move to expel diplomats

Environment

Egyptian fisherman: I saved 23 Greeks, four dogs from wildfires

The sea was the only escape for many running for their lives as fires raged. Egyptian fisherman rushed to help.

Egyptian fisherman: I saved 23 Greeks, four dogs from wildfires

Islamophobia

Muslim employees at Halliburton called 'terrorists': lawsuit

A complaint filed in Texas shines a light on the alleged discrimination of Muslims in the workplace.

Muslim employees at Halliburton called 'terrorists': lawsuit

Greece

Greece wildfires: Survivors of deadly blazes dig through wreckage

At least 79 people killed as forest fires crisscross through areas outside of the Greek capital, Athens.

Greece wildfires: Survivors of deadly blazes dig through wreckage

Greece

Greece wildfires: Families 'embraced' until final moment

At least 79 people were killed after forest fires erupted in villages outside of Athens.

Greece wildfires: Families 'embraced' until final moment

The Far Right

Sweden Democrats: How will the far right perform in elections?

Concerns over migration drive support for the far right, which is also anti-EU, ahead of September 9 elections.

Sweden Democrats: How will the far right perform in elections?

Refugees

Refugees in Greece hopeless as Europe eyes more returns

While Europe tightens restrictions on refugees, asylum seekers in Greece say there is no future in the country.

Refugees in Greece hopeless as Europe eyes more returns

Roma

Far-right calls to register Roma 'echoes' Europe's dark history

During the Holocaust, Roma were counted and killed. Recent calls for a census stoke fears of a return to violent racism.

Far-right calls to register Roma 'echoes' Europe's dark history

Refugees

Europe: Moves to further limit refugee flow prompt concern

Italy, Germany and Austria plan to hold talks to 'close' the southern refugee route into Europe.

Europe: Moves to further limit refugee flow prompt concern

Human Rights

Hungary: Concerns over attempt to limit protests

New bill could enable officials to ban rallies not given a permit, prompting criticism from rights groups.

Hungary: Concerns over attempt to limit protests

Greece

Greece's crisis-hit poor: 'No one was bailed out here'

The ruling Syriza party has defended its approach to Greece's economic crisis amid criticism from workers and the poor.

Greece's crisis-hit poor: 'No one was bailed out here'