Patrick Strickland

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. 

Refugees

Greece's rejected asylum seekers stuck in limbo

Fearing deportation to Turkey or elsewhere, rejected asylum seekers say they feel unsafe going outside in Lesbos.

Greece's rejected asylum seekers stuck in limbo

Far Right

How is Hungary's far right changing?

With Hungary's ruling Fidesz party moving further right, the country's far-right landscape is in a state of flux.

How is Hungary's far right changing?

Human Rights

Uncertainty shrouds Canadian arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Canadian rights groups and legal experts renew calls to cancel a $12bn arms deal to kingdom over alleged rights abuses.

Uncertainty shrouds Canadian arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Refugees

Group: Refugees abused by border forces in Balkans

Rigardu, a German monitoring group, has documented at least 857 instances of violence on Serbia's borders with the EU.

Group: Refugees abused by border forces in Balkans

Refugees

Refugees in Greece's Lesbos left in the cold and rain

More than 6,000 people live in Moria, a closed refugee camp designed to fit only 2,000.

Refugees in Greece's Lesbos left in the cold and rain

Refugees

Refugees occupy Syriza party office in Lesbos

With the support of local anti-fascists, 34 refugees have taken over an office belonging to Greece's ruling party.

Refugees occupy Syriza party office in Lesbos

Politics

Turkey's Erdogan arrives in Greece for two-day visit

The trip, the first by a Turkish president since 1952, is aimed at boosting ties despite long-standing border disputes.

Turkey's Erdogan arrives in Greece for two-day visit

Human Rights

Clashes as Greeks mark 2008 police killing of teenager

Hundreds rally in Greek capital to commemorate the 2008 killing of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos.

Clashes as Greeks mark 2008 police killing of teenager

Greece

Refugees fear winter at cramped and decrepit Moria camp

Rights groups have warned of an impending humanitarian disaster as winter approaches and conditions decline in camps.

Refugees fear winter at cramped and decrepit Moria camp

Greece

Greek lawyer latest to be assaulted by far right

Greece has seen a string of far-right attacks targeting political opponents and migrants in recent months.

Greek lawyer latest to be assaulted by far right

Greece

Anger over Greek plan to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia

Greece plans to sell 66m euros worth of surplus bombs and missiles to Saudi Arabia amid ongoing war in Yemen.

Anger over Greek plan to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia

Refugees

Rights groups urge Greece to end 'containment policy'

Humanitarian agencies call on Greek authorities to ensure that no refugees are in tents as winter weather approaches.

Rights groups urge Greece to end 'containment policy'