At least 49 people have been killed by wildfires in the eastern part of Greece’s Attica region, near the city of Athens – the country’s worst fire crisis in more than a decade.
An earthquake, measuring magnitude 6.0, has struck off Greek island of Lefkada.
At least 42 people have been killed, following a traffic collision, between a truck and bus, in southern France.
About 200 migrants have clashed with police and coastguard officials, while attempting to board a ship, on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Dozens have been forced to flee as wildfires, fanned by strong winds and high temperatures, broke out around Athens, and other areas of southern Greece.
Greek police have reportedly fired stun grenades at around a dozen people, during clashes between police forces and protesters at a rally in the country’s capital, Athens.
An earthquake, measuring magnitude 5.2, was felt in the Greek capital Athens, with no immediate reports of casualties or damage.
An earthquake, measuring 6.1 in magnitude, has struck off the eastern tip of the Greek island of Crete, with no immediate reports of damage or casualties.