Authorities in Greece Say Arson Is Suspected Cause Of Deadly Wildfires
Authorities in Greece say it's likely deadly wildfires that have killed at least 82 people were started deliberately.
Public order minister Nikos Toskas said satellite image analysis and ground inspections suggest the fire that broke out on Monday was set deliberately.
Searches are continuing for dozens of people still missing in resort areas near Athens.
Post-mortems and identification procedures are ongoing at a morgue in Schisto, west of Athens, which involve coroners, police forensic units, and forensic dentistry experts from Athens university.
Irishman Brian O'Callaghan-Westropp was among those killed in the blazes in resort areas near Athens.