Greek officials say that at least 26 bodies were discovered on Tuesday near the Kokkino Limanaki beach, in Mati area, east from the City of Athens.

The latest report brings the people that have died in huge fires raging out of control outside the Greek capital to more than 65.
Eyewitnesses say that the group, consisting mostly of families, were trapped by the flames as they were driving to find an escape from the approaching blaze.
They left the cars when they realized that the narrow road ahead was blocked by abandoned vehicles. They followed a path they thought was leading to the beach, but due to smoke they ended up in a field where they were burned alive.
Head of Greece’s Red Cross, told: “I was briefed by a rescuer that he saw the shocking picture of 26 people tightly huddled in a field some 30 metres from the beach”.
Dozens of cars were burned nearby.