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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# corfu

This year
Fire service says Greece wildfires mostly under control, but strong winds still a threat
More than 460 firefighters are still deployed in Rhodes, Corfu and central Greece as a precaution.
Nearly 2,500 people evacuated from Corfu as prime minister warns Greece 'at war' with wildfires
Tens of thousands of people have already fled blazes on the island of Rhodes.
Fires were also burning on Greece's second largest island of Evia yesterday.
Travel giant TUI yesterday said it was suspending holiday packages to Rhodes until Friday.
The Department of Foreign Affairs is advising against travel to the affected areas.
Two killed after plane crashes while battling wildfires on Greek island of Evia
Irish citizens warned to 'stay away' from areas struck by Rhodes wildfires as 30k people evacuated
Over 2,000 evacuated from Corfu as Greece's largest-ever wildfire evacuation continues
It comes as tens of thousands of people fled wildfires on the Greek island of Rhodes yesterday.
Last year
Greek rescuers find first ferry blaze victim, hours after another man is found alive
The 58-year-old Greek victim was one of 11 truck drivers who are missing.
Rescue efforts resume for 12 passengers missing after Greece ferry fire
The fire — which is still burning — and the heat on the ferry prevented rescuers from boarding this morning.
All time
Belfast plane incident during takeoff could have been 'catastrophic'
The Boeing 737 failed to accelerate at the necessary speed and struck an approach light on the runway.
Tour operator apologises to parents of children killed by faulty boiler
Christianne and Robert Shepherd died from carbon monoxide poisoning in 2006.
Thomas Cook should "hang its head in shame"
The UK tour operator has been found guilty of breaching its duty of care over the deaths of Bobby and Christi Shepherd in 2006.
Greek coastguard: Cargo ship was not actually in danger - it was just asking for supplies
A passenger called emergency services to tell them they had no food, water or blankets.
One body recovered as hundreds still trapped aboard burning ferry
Rescuers have so far only managed to get 161 of the 478 people on the stricken “Norman Atlantic” to safety.
9 gorgeous - and unusual - spots to escape to
The one-hop European experiences you really have to see, taste, smell and feel this year.