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Massive Evia Fire Continues to Destroy Greek Island

The fires on Evia continued to ravage the island as Greece continued to battle against the blazes on Saturday night and Sunday morning.

Evia Fire Reached the Town of Limni, Thousands Evacuated by Sea

The devastating fires on the island of Evia continued their destructive path on Friday night and onto Saturday.

Volunteer Fireman Dies After Motorbike Accident While Fighting Fire

A volunteer fireman who rushed out to fight the fires in Ippokrateios Politeia, a northern suburb of Athens, has died on Friday.

Tragic Stories of Those Who Lost Everything in Evia Fire

As the ash settles over Evia, residents pore over the charred remains of their lives before the fire razed through the island.

More Villages Evacuated on Evia Island as Fire Continues to Burn

The fire on Evia (Euboea) island continued to burn on Thursday, making residents in the village of Kehries evacuate their properties.

Greece on Fire: Wildfires Ravage Country on Multiple Fronts

The fire fronts of Ancient Olympia and Evia that broke out on Wednesday and Tuesday respectively continue to cause extensive damage to Greece.

Fire Rages Near Ancient Olympia in Greece; Residents Evacuated

A large fire broke out in the region surrounding Ancient Olympia in the Peloponnese, Greece on Wednesday. Residents in five of the surrounding areas have been evacuated. The villages of Herakleia, Pournari, Pelopio, Platanos, and Kafkania have all been evacuated...

Evia Fire Still Burning Uncontrolled on the Island

The large fire that broke out on Tuesday afternoon on the island of Evia, northeast of Athens is still burning uncontrollably.

Greece Fires: Massive Blaze Threatens Suburb of Varympompi, Homes Burned

A large fire has broken out on Tuesday afternoon in Varympompi, a northern suburb of Athens.

Massive Fire Leaves Much of Rhodes Without Power

A massive fire broke out on the Greek island of Rhodes on Sunday. The blaze has left a great portion of the island without power.