State of emergency declared over Greek island wildfires
Greek authorities have declared a state of emergency on the island of Zakynthos where wildfires are burning for a fourth day.
The fire service said the blazes are burning on 12 fronts and not threatening homes or resorts on the island, which is popular with tourists.
A statement from the office of Zakynthos mayor Pavlos Kolokotsas said there were "clear indications that fires were caused by an organised campaign of arson".
Arson-related fires near populated areas in Greece are often associated with illegal development, especially near Athens and around holiday resorts.