More than 65,000 hectares (650,000 stremmata) of land have been burned completely by fires in three different parts of Greece.
A 2,500 year old ancient olive tree on the island of Evia was destroyed today in the ongoing wildfires consuming the region. The ancient tree was located in the olive grove of Rovia, and was such an enduring symbol...
The mayor of Istiaia - Aidipsos on northern Evia issued a dramatic warning about the aftermath of the devastating fires on the island.
Saturday found Greece fighting for the fifth consecutive day with tens of fires across the nation.
The devastating fires on Evia have caused unfathomable destruction and pain to thousands of people in tens of villages and towns.
Turkey, which is still fighting to contain its own massive wildfires, sent a message of solidarity to Greece on Friday. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu had a phone call with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias on Friday afternoon to express...
Friday found Attica in Greece still ablaze, with the the fire that rekindledon Thursday afternoon still raging out of control.
Ten people were taken to hospitals on Thursday evening in Greece as the country continues to fight multiple wildfires.
Aid from European countries including France, Romania, Sweden and Switzerland is coming to Greece to strengthen to fight against the fire fronts in Attica, Ilia and Evia
Greece's Defense Minister announced on Thursday afternoon that the Greek Army will assist the firefighting efforts across the country.