Support from across the country drafted in to battle blaze on Island of Evia as temperatures soar and winds fan flames.
The family of a Greek man who died in last year's fires in Mati are launching a lawsuit.
The as yet unnamed victim died in the village of Neos Voutzas in Eastern Attica.
The law firm involved says that other suits are on the way.
The three men rescued people who had jumped into the sea to escape the deadly July 23 blaze.
Euronews goes back to the popular holiday resort of Mati in Greece nearly 5 months after wildfires left scores dead and injured.
More than €130 million is expected to be issued to homeowners whose houses were damaged or destroyed during last month's catastrophic fires in East Attica.
Following last month's deadly wildfire in Greece relatives of the victims are demanding answers as to how the rescue operation went so wrong
Greece has appointed new heads of key emergency services following last month's deadly wildfires near Athens.
An 85-year-old man has died in hospital after being burned in last months fire in the coastal town of Mati in Greece, bringing the number of fatalities to 90
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The death toll from Greece’s wildfires has risen after a 35-year-old woman injured in last month’s tragedy died in hospital,
The family of a couple who lost their lives in the wildfires which swept through Greece’s Attica region last week have sued local authorities and the emergency services for their deaths.
The political gloves have come off in Greece amid a deepening row over the government’s response to the worst wildfires in recent history.
Climate expert says July's fires in Greece have created the risk of new environmental disasters
Many people fled towards the water as the flames quickly engulfed the area. But some didn't make it that tragic day on July 23
Artemis Kyriakopoulou is hunting for pets left behind in Greece's wildfire disaster.
Several hundred Greeks holding candles gathered silently outside parliament on Monday evening (July 30) to remember those who died in deadly wildfires.
As they queue to receive emergency relief funds, many survivors of Greece's deadly fires are struggling to prove that they are entitled to help.
On Monday, a week after the fires broke out, hundreds of people attended a vigil in front of the Greek parliament. The government has announced an action plan, but people are asking how a disaster of this scale was possible and are demanding change.
The Greek government is facing criticism as the extent of the damage from the worst wildfires in recent memory becomes clear. Our correspondent Bryan Carter reports from Mati, where the land is scorched and many buildings are reduced to ashes.
Ghost town: emotional scars linger as clean-up begins in fire-stricken Greek resort of Mati.
Fires began a week ago in the coastal resort and Tsipras has been attacked by
opposition parties for the government's handling of the disaster.
It's after 59 bodies were found, 28 are still yet to be identified and four people are still in hospital. Firemen and volunteers walk for hours, with the hope of finding traces of human presence after the wildfires devestated parts of Greece
Greece begins the painful task of burying the victims this weekend of a devastating wildfire near Athens which killed at least 88 people
The only way bodies can be identified is through DNA testing and dental records because people are so badly burnt beyond recognition. It's distressing for everyone
Several days after wildfires killed more than 80 people in Greece, a thunderstorm brings flashflooding to the same region. The Greek population is now asking whether its country's emergency response teams are capable of dealing with such events.
In this edition of State of the Union: the EU steps in to help Greece as it’s hit by deadly wildfires; EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker