Wildfires raging through seaside resorts near the Greek capital of Athens have torched homes, cars and forests. Twenty-six of the victims were found huddled in a compound.
The president holds individual conversations with French and British leaders. The White House says the three nations agreed the assault on Syria was "successful and necessary to deter" the future use of chemical weapons.
Ending down 16.23 percent by the end of Monday, Athens' stock market experienced its worst daily performance since at least 1985, when modern record keeping began.
If there was any lingering question about where the majority of Greeks stood on the deal drummed up by European creditors to try to contain Greece's ongoing financial crisis, Sunday's referendum on the bailout package soundly dispelled it.
Voters across Athens, from Golden Dawn diehards to pragmatic communists, shared their thoughts and feelings as Greece's anti-austerity Syriza party swept to victory in Sunday's elections.
Greek victims of austerity are increasingly being forced to sell their bodies for cheap in horrific squalor and to escape painful reality with a new street drug.
After 77-year-old Greek retiree Dimitris Christoulas fatally shot himself in front of the parliament building in Athens on Wednesday, Greek protesters' ire again exploded over the austerity measures that the government has implemented to save the country from economic ruin while sacrificing citizens' funds along the way.
Denied a referendum on crippling austerity measures, Greeks demonstrated Sunday night that if they couldn't express their opinions one way, then they would do it in another.
Angry Greeks tried to torch Athens after parliament passed an austerity package Sunday While European leaders continue to press for additional cuts, the Greek minister for citizen protection says the Greek people "cannot take any more we have reached the limits of the social and economic system".