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Wildfire rages in Athens's northeastern suburbs for a second day
Hundreds of firefighters continue to battle a massive forest fire outside Athens for the second day in a row, after hundreds of residents were evacuated during the night.
Firefighting helicopter crashes in Greece with four people on board
Authorities say the aircraft went down in the Aegean Sea while battling a forest fire on the island of Samos.
Europe faces major heatwave, with drought and wildfires
Many countries in the southern and western parts of the continent have already succumbed to exceedingly hot and dry weather, expected to last for about 10 days.
Current drought in southern Europe 'could become worst ever'
"The Copernicus emergency management service indicates the present drought in Europe could become the worst ever," Commissioner Maroš Šefčovič warned on Thursday.
52 wildfires break out in the last 24 hours across Greece
An easing of winds overnight helped the Fire Service contain several blazes in different parts of Greece. According to the Fire Service, 52 wildfires broke out on Monday, stoked by strong winds and high temperatures.
Greek firefighters clash with police at climate ministry
Greece has more than 15,000 firefighters during the summer months, about 5,000 of them on short-term contracts or hired seasonally.
Firefighters contain wildfire that threatened resort town near Athens
Local officials said a few houses on the outskirts of Nea Makri - around 38 kilometres northeast of the capital - had suffered fire damage, but no injuries were reported.
Greece appoints former EU commissioner to lead new climate ministry
Greece has appointed the former Cypriot EU commissioner Christos Stylianides to head the country's new climate crisis and civil protection ministry.
Greek firefighters battle two new blazes near Athens and Evia
Greece scrambled firefighting aircraft and ground forces as at least two new blazes including one on the island of Evia, which has already been scarred by wildfires this summer.
Wildfire continues to rage near Greek capital
Greece’s fire department said 370 firefighters, including 143 from Poland, were deployed at the Vilia fire Wednesday, along with 130 vehicles, eight helicopters and three planes.
Greek wildfires under control as rainfall helps firefighters
More than 580 fires have been observed since late July with over 100,000 hectares of forests and olive groves razed to the ground.
Turkey, Greece and Italy all hit by huge wildfires
Many Mediterranean countries are being affected by extreme high temperatures and wildfires right now. We find out why.
Residents in Greece resist evacuation to battle wildfires
Residents refuse to abandon their homes as they battle the wildfires burning across Greece for more than a week.
Greek PM apologises as fight against wildfire on Evia continues
Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis apologised for "any weaknesses” in the efforts to quell the wildfires on Evia, amid criticism over the government’s handling of the situation.
Criticism grows over Greece's handling of raging wildfires
Authorities on Evia, Greece's second-largest island, have in recent days denounced "insufficient" means to tackle the blazes when the situation was "critical".
Pefki threatened as enormous blaze devours forests
Enormous flames devoured pristine forests and encroached on villages Sunday on Greece's second-largest island.
Greek island cut off in two by fires as #HelpTurkey lights up Twitter
At least two people have died because of the wildfires in Greece and eight have lost their lives in Turkey.
Death toll from Greek wildfires rises to two as police arrest two
At least 1,450 Greek firefighters were deployed on Saturday morning to battle five major fires throughout the country.
Greece 'a powder keg' as wildfires kill 1 and cause thousands to flee
"Several days of heatwave have turned the whole country into a powder keg," said Greece's PM.
Site of first ancient Olympics at risk as fires rage in Greece
The archaeological site of Ancient Olympia - where the first ancient Olympic Games were held - is at risk as fires continue to wreak havoc in Greece.